Hit By A Stolen Vehicle? The Owner May Still Be Liable

Posted on: 18 March 2015
According to the FBI, over 715,000 vehicles were stolen in 2011. Considering a vehicle accident occurs every minute in the United States, there's bound to be some overlap between the two issues. Unfortunately, if you were hit by a stolen vehicle, your options for collecting compensation for damages may be severely limited if the perpetrator didn't have insurance or assets that could be seized. In some cases, though, you may be able to go after the company or individual who owned the car or truck.
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Tips For Affording A Personal Injury Attorney

Posted on: 13 March 2015
If you have been injured in some sort of accident in the recent past, you might want to file a claim with the courts so you can get the financial assistance that you deserve. However, you know that having an attorney would be beneficial but may be scared of the cost. Check out the following tips to help you understand ways you can afford the cost of the attorney. Use A Pro Bono Attorney
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4 Difficult To Navigate Car Accident Situations

Posted on: 6 March 2015
Have you recently been in a car accident? A small accident could simply require a police report and exchange of insurance, but other accidents require contacting an attorney. Each situation is different, but read about the following situations that can be more legally problematic than others.  1. Hitting Another Car From Behind When you hit another car from behind, it's generally thought that you must have been following too closely. You are always supposed to give yourself enough room between your car and another car so that you can stop in time if they stop abruptly.
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The Complex Problem Of Veterans With Personal Injuries

Posted on: 5 March 2015
A veteran who is receiving compensation from the US Department of Veterans Affairs or filing a compensation claim may find the compensation system confusing when it comes to personal injuries. Injuries that aren't connected to military service have a unique area in medical law that may change the veteran's ability to claim compensation, receive affordable medical care, or proceed with an injury claim. Consider a few ways to protect yourself against future confusion as you work through the compensation system.
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