Why Does Everyone Hate Prius Drivers?

Why Does Everyone Hate Prius Drivers? The Toyota Prius has been a frequent target of criticism since it first debuted in 2000. As a general rule, those who own this vehicle are seen as bad drivers, hippies or otherwise a poor representation of the overall driving population. Let’s take a closer look at why this…

What to Know About Amazon Flex Insurance Coverage

What to Know About Amazon Flex Insurance Coverage As one of the biggest delivery services in the nation, Amazon Flex is used by many different drivers across the country. Like other delivery programs, there is always a risk of car accidents happening. Adverse weather and negligence can lead to major injuries. Because of the accident…

Can I be Compensated for Funeral Expenses?

Can I be Compensated for Funeral Expenses? Losing your loved one at the hands of another is a very difficult situation to overcome. You and your family are finding it hard to think about anything else, but you also must make plans to bury your loved one. A funeral may cost between $8,000 and $10,000,…

How Airbag Deployment Affects Your Claim

How Airbag Deployment Affects Your Claim Most vehicle drivers expect their airbags to deploy during an accident. However, that does not always happen. These bags are designed to help save your life in severe accidents. When a bag does not deploy, it may be by design or because of a defect. It helps to understand…

What to Expect During Deposition for Your PI Case

What to Expect During Deposition for Your PI Case There’s nothing more disrupting than suffering an unexpected injury. It’s normal to feel a wide range of emotions during such a tough time. This is especially true if your injuries resulted from the negligent actions of another party. It’s difficult to have your goals, plans, and…

Tips to Help You Prepare for an Initial Consultation

Tips to Help You Prepare for an Initial Consultation If you have been hurt at work, involved in a car crash or otherwise injured through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to compensation. One of the first steps on the path to potentially obtaining a financial award is to consult with a…

Common Surgeries Following a Car Accident

Common Surgeries Following a Car Accident Car accidents are traumatizing events that create many burdens in one’s life. Each year, there are roughly 5.25 million accidents in the U.S., which equals to a car accident every 60 seconds. With that being said, there are about 2.35 million people who become either disabled or injured from…

Can I Be Compensated for Missing Work After an Accident?

Can I Be Compensated for Missing Work After an Accident? More than 6 million car accidents occur in the U.S. every year; more than 2 million leave victims with serious, long-term injuries. If you have been injured in a car accident caused by someone else, you may be entitled to various economic and non-economic damages….

Sovereign Immunity: History and Modern Laws

Sovereign Immunity: History and Modern Laws Sovereign Immunity is a legal term that might appear when filing a Personal Injury Claim with a California Attorney. It will generally be used in situations where the claim can’t be filed because of an underlying legal code that protects governmental agencies and employees from prosecution. This legal doctrine…

Common Injuries Following a Car Accident

Common Injuries Following a Car Accident For a high-income country, the United States struggles with vehicle safety. Every year, motor vehicle accidents kill around 32,000 Americans and injure 2 million more. Many of these injuries require surgery, and the medical costs can be staggering. The most common types of injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents…

Gavin Newsom Signs Privacy Law for First Responders

Gavin Newsom Signs Privacy Law for First Responders The tragic helicopter crash that took one of NBA’s most valuable players along with 8 other people catapulted lawmakers to take swift action when photographs of the crash site were leaked.  We live in a time where the majority of news is spread across social media platforms…

Contributory Negligence vs. Comparative Negligence

What Is Contributory Negligence? This is an extremely strict rule that prevents you from collecting damages from an at fault driver if you have any liability for the collision. The other motorist may have more than 50% of the culpability for causing your collision, but if you also bear a portion of the responsibility, the…