Personal Injury: 3 Tips To Help You Settle With Insurance

If you're in the midst of personal injury negotiations with the insurance company, you may be wondering what you can do to improve your chances of receiving the compensation you deserve. If you're serious about receiving compensation for your injuries, consider the three tips below. Know What Your Injury Case is Worth An insurance company may offer you a low settlement amount in the beginning because they likely assume you don't understand how personal injury cases are valued. Read More 

Don’t Get Barred From Declaring Bankruptcy

Once you've made the difficult decision to file for bankruptcy, it should be helpful to understand that in certain circumstances, you may not be allowed to file at all. The following situations are unfortunately all too common, and knowing about these issues in advance could allow you time to plan ahead a little better. Read on to learn about the 3 main issues that could bar you from filing for debt relief through bankruptcy. Read More 

Teens And Auto Accidents: Prevention

2,163 American teens were killed in car accidents in 2013. In fact, teens aged 16 - 19 are three times more likely to get into an accident than people in any other age group. In order to prevent these numbers from getting any higher, there are certain things that you can do to help prevent the teens in our lives getting into an accident.  Preventing Teen Accidents 75% of teen crashes are due to critical errors on the part of the teen. Read More 

Filing A Countersuit In A Motorcycle Accident Case: How You Can Expect Your Motorcycle Accident Attorney To Proceed

When you are the driver of a motorcycle, you generally have to worry about car and truck drivers not seeing you and hitting you. It does not frequently happen the other way around, but you certainly can be the person that hits another driver, or even another rider of a recreational vehicle. You may even sustain some of the same injuries regardless of who or what you hit or who/what hit you. Read More 

Precautions To Avoid Driver Fatigue On A Road Trip

A long road trip may be fun, but fatigue can turn it into a nightmare. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), about 100,000 cases of police-reported crashes are caused by fatigue. If you are planning a road trip, take the following precautions to avoid fatigue-related accidents: Get Adequate Sleep While you may be excited on the eve of your road trip, it's in everybody's interest for you to get adequate sleep. Read More