What Is Being Recorded At The Scene Of Your Accident?

Posted on: 10 September 2015

At the scene of an auto accident, there is usually a lot of activity going on. Depending on whether or not you were seriously injured, you may witness some of this activity or none of it at all. In many cases, some of the activities prior to the accident, as well as during the accident, are being recorded. These recordings can be important in determining negligence, injuries, as well as liability, but you have to know where to look for the recordings to begin with.
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3 Questions You May Have After Being Victimized In A Hit And Run Accident

Posted on: 21 July 2015

Being involved in a car accident is never a good experience, but it can be much worse if the person that hit you took after the accident occurred. This is labeled as a hit and run accident, and according to statistics, hit and run accidents are on the rise. If you were involved in a hit and run, you may have questions you would like to have answered. Here are three questions people have after being victims in hit and run accidents.
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3 Things You Should Know If You're In A Work-Related Auto Accident

Posted on: 9 July 2015

If you've been hurt in an accident while driving your car or truck at work, you need to know whether your employer will step up to pay the bills while you're convalescing -- and what your options are if they won't. Here are three important things to keep in mind following a work-related vehicular incident. You Can't Just Be Sitting in the Vehicle Simply sitting in the driver's seat of a company car or truck at the time of your injury doesn't make you a workers' compensation candidate.
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Owner Of A Large Dog? How Can You Protect Yourself From Liability?

Posted on: 17 June 2015

Large dogs are a joy -- with personalities even bigger than their bodies, they can add fun and laughter to a household. However, owning certain large dog breeds may cause your homeowners insurance costs to rise. This can be due to liability concerns about potential insurance claims resulting from dog bites and other dog-related injuries. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to protect yourself and your dog from any liability that could be incurred, while also protecting the safety of your guests.
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