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Who Is At Fault in a Car Accident T-Bone Crash?

Updated October 8, 2021 Getting compensation for property damage and personal injuries after an auto accident is an issue of determining who is at fault. This is true no matter what type of crash it is. Who is at fault in a car accident T-Bone crash? Some might assume it’s the person who hits the…

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How to Negotiate with Insurance Companies for a Personal Injury

After an injury in an accident, your thoughts may race as you deal with what has happened. One of the first things you worry about, after getting the medical attention you need, is how quickly you can recover and pay for it all. Many drivers assume that their first step should be to contact the…

How long should you be sore after a car accident?

How Long Should You Be Sore After a Car Accident? Whiplash, Strain, and More

Injuries like broken bones and lacerations from an accident are obvious at the time of the accident, and clearly need to be treated right away. When the trauma isn’t as easy to spot, victims may endure unnecessary pain and soreness, assuming it will go away. After a car crash, it’s common to be sore for…

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What Happens If Someone Else Drives Your Car and Gets in an Accident?

Having an accident in your car and having to file an insurance claim is a hassle. But what happens if someone else drives your car and gets into an accident? Who is responsible for fixing it? What about injuries? Will the fact that you weren’t behind the wheel prevent you from making a claim? Luckily,…

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Will I Get My Deductible Back? Car Damage and Illinois Law

Photo: Car insurance policy with pen and dollar banknote by Marco Verch under Creative Commons 2.0 Not everyone has extra money lying around that they can use to pay the deductible after an accident. And while minor repairs could be postponed, a more serious wreck might make the car undrivable, leaving you without a way…