Types of Expert Witnesses Used in Car Accident Claims

Some car accidents cases are cut and dry – how they occurred, the extent of injuries, and the value of damages suffered are all obviously clear. However, this is not the norm; instead, many car accident claims are complex and confusing, and there are disagreements regarding fault, extent of damages, and who should pay.

The Basics of Massachusetts No-Fault Car Insurance

While car accidents are a nationwide phenomenon, how drivers in each state pay for accidents varies on a state-by-state basis. Indeed, in some places, drivers will automatically file a claim against the liability insurance of the at-fault driver, whereas in other states, drivers must turn to their own insurance companies for compensation first, regardless of fault. Massachusetts follows the latter, …

Most Dangerous Actions that Lead to Car Accidents

Despite efforts to promote safer driving and curb the number of collisions, car accidents continue to be a leading cause of serious injury and death in Massachusetts. To be sure, there were 389 car accident-related deaths in the state in 2016 alone, a shocking number. While numerous things can cause car accidents, drivers’ actions and errors are the most common …

Tips for Dealing with an Insurance Adjuster after a Car Accident

When you are in a car accident and file a claim with the insurance company, you might be under the assumption that the insurance adjuster assigned to your case is committed to helping you get the largest settlement amount possible, especially if you are a safe driver and this is the first claim you are filing.

Uninsured/Underinsured Car Accident Claim

Driving a motor vehicle in the state of Massachusetts is a privilege, and with that privilege comes certain responsibilities. Indeed, not only are drivers obligated to operate their vehicles safely and in a careful manner, but they are also required to carry motor vehicle insurance in the event that an accident does occur.