Blog/In the Media

Highway Pedestrian Accidents: A Real Danger to a Susceptible Party

Posted on February 19, 2018 Any accident that takes place involving a pedestrian is bound to be detrimental to them, as a pedestrian against a motor vehicle can lead to devastating results. But what happens in highway pedestrian accidents, where pedestrians are most at-risk of a catastrophic accident as drivers move along at fast speeds,

Injured in a Left-Hand Turn Accident on Your Motorcycle?

Posted on February 18, 2018 Let’s face it, there are many types of accidents that are incredibly devastating to motorcycle riders across America. This is mainly due to the fact that motorcycle accidents are always devastating for riders, seeing as they have less protection from the elements in any event. Possibly one of the most

Is Witness Testimony Always Credible in a Car Accident?

Posted on February 17, 2018 At the Accident Law Group, we know how vital your car accident claim is to you and want to help you receive compensation after you have suffered financially and emotionally. One of the most important parts of your car accident is discovering who was liable for your accident so that

What Happens When Truck Companies Hire Inexperienced Drivers?

Posted on February 16, 2018 There are many reasons why truck accidents happen every year across the U.S. For one, truck drivers could have spent too many hours on the roads due to a company breaking the hours of service rules. In other accidents, drivers may be driving distracted such as texting or eating while

Is a Local Government Agency Responsible in My Car Accident?

Posted on February 14, 2018 In a car accident, it may seem reasonable to bring a claim against another driver or multiple drivers for your injuries. Being involved in an accident on the roadways can be an extremely devastating time in your life, especially if your injuries are especially serious. But are there scenarios in

Are You Ever Liable for Another Person’s Driving?

Posted on February 13, 2018 What is the key issue that lurks at the basis for every car accident? Who is at fault. If a party acted negligently, it is safe to say that they are probably liable for your accident. However, you may be surprised to find that the law can assign fault to

Texting and Driving: Who Can be Held Liable in my Car Accident?

Posted on February 12, 2018 Texting and driving is a serious type of distracted driving that comes with huge consequences. In just 2015 alone, distracted driving, such as texting and driving, claimed the lives of 3,477 people involved in vehicle accidents. This type of distracted driving is extremely deadly because it turns a driver’s attention

Everything You Need to Know About Brain Injuries: An FAQ

Posted on February 11, 2018 Each year in the U.S., there are about 1.7 million traumatic brain injury (TBI) deaths, hospitalizations, and emergency visits in hospitals across many states. Are you one of the many Americans who have received a brain injury and aren’t sure where to turn in your time of need? Brain injuries

I’ve Been Injured in a Rear-End Accident: Is Fault Automatic?

Posted on February 10, 2018  You may have seen rear-end accidents happen for a variety of reasons, most commonly when one driver is distracted by texting or when the roads consist of bad conditions. There is an assumption when it comes to the rules of the road that the driver in the back is always