3 Things You Should Avoid Doing Following A Car Accident To Protect Your Rights

Posted on: 4 January 2017

Getting into a car accident is obviously an unexpected incident. It can leave you feeling disoriented and flustered during the immediate aftermath. But if you want to protect your legal rights to go after the other driver or at least protect yourself from possible prosecution, you'll want to be very careful with your words and actions in the minutes that follow the event. Here are three things you should definitely never do following a car accident.
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3 Methods Of Legally Ending Your Marriage

Posted on: 15 December 2016

Being married to another individual can be challenging at times. There are sure to be some issues along the way, but if you find you're always fighting it may be time for a divorce. Of course, this will depend on the severity of your bickering. However, it's ideal to be prepared for the end of any legal union, and this will require a divorce. Being aware of the different types of divorces you can choose from may be helpful to you in this situation.
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New Driver's Guide To Common Traffic Stop Misconceptions

Posted on: 28 November 2016

As a fairly new driver, it's important that you understand your rights and the legal expectations of traffic stops. There are many misconceptions out there about what is and is not legal when you're pulled over by the police. Here are a few things you should understand about traffic stops and your rights. You Don't Have To Consent To A Search In order for law enforcement officers to search you or your car, they have to have probable cause.
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Will the Insurance Company Cover Long-term Injuries?

Posted on: 3 November 2016

Long-term injuries, such as a traumatic brain injury, requires extensive care that could last for years. Unfortunately, after suffering a car accident, the insurance company might be pressuring you to reach a settlement with your claim. If you are concerned that your ongoing medical care treatment and other damages will not be covered, here is what you need to know.   What Can You Do? Your settlement agreement can include coverage for long-term injuries.
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