4 Things You Need To Do In The Event Of A Motorcycle Accident
4 April 2017
After being involved in a motorcycle accident, it's imperative that you know what you need to do to protect your rights as a motorcyclist. Too often, motorcyclists are seen as being in the wrong simply because of the belief that motorcycle riders do not take efforts to ride safely. To ensure that this is not how you are seen in your case, you want to know of these four things that you should do:
Who's at Fault in a Lane-Splitting Accident?
22 September 2016
It's not uncommon to see motorcyclists performing a controversial maneuver on the roads called lane-splitting, especially if traffic is stalled. This is when riders drive between two lanes of traffic. As you can imagine, this maneuver increases the risk of accidents, and motorcyclists and drivers want to know who's at fault when collisions occur in this situation. Unfortunately, the answer is not always clear. Here are a couple of factors to consider which may help you determine who pays who for damages.
Personal Injuries & Season Ticket Holders: How A Lawyer Can Help With Quality Of Life Claims
2 September 2016
Owning season tickets to your favorite sports team comes with the privilege and honor of watching games, following teams, and creating memories that will last a lifetime. Suffering a personal injury can dramatically affect your ability to use those season tickets and enjoy the regular games that you loved to attend. A large part of any personal injury case is a quality of life claim. When specifically dealing with your season tickets, there may be several factors that impact your quality of life and emotional distress that comes with the injury.
Social Media And Personal Injury: Can Facebook And Twitter Hurt Your Car Accident Case?
19 August 2016
If you hire a personal injury attorney to represent you in your car accident case, they may caution you against interacting verbally and physically with the other driver's insurance company during your case. However, you might think that it's okay to share information and updates about your case with friends and family either personally or through social media, such as Facebook and Twitter. While there's nothing wrong with keeping worried loved ones updated about your health, it might come back to haunt you later if you discuss pertinent details about your case.