Who is at fault in a lane-change accident?

Who is at fault in a lane-change accident?

August 20,2021

Determining who is at fault in a lane-change accident can be complicated, and it is influenced by several factors. Parties potentially at fault in a lane-change accident include: The driver changing lanes A distracted driver in another vehicle A drunk driver Both drivers/multiple drivers. In some cases, the at-fault party is obvious.  In other cases, more than one driver is at fault, and the analysis hinges on...

Can You Sue for PTSD After an Accident?

April 27,2021

Devastating vehicle crashes can cause lifelong injuries, resulting in broken bones, disfigurement, neurological and muscular damage and disability. The wreck itself can also be emotionally traumatizing, causing nightmares, extreme anxiety, depression and, in some severe cases, PTSD. Beyond physical and psychological injuries, you are probably also facing large medical bills and lost wages. After a car accident, there are ...

How to Get a Car Accident Police Report

September 29,2020

Knowing how to get a car accident police report can help you with your claim. Anyone involved in a vehicle accident in Kentucky, should be sure to contact the police immediately to file an accident report called the Kentucky Uniform Police Traffic Collision Report. This report is of major importance if there were injuries and property damage from the accident, and it can be important even if it appears that no one was injured....

How Do You Determine Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident?

August 03,2020

After a car crash, one of the first things that will need to be determined is who caused it. How do you determine who is at fault in a car accident? Depending on the accident, it might be quite obvious. In other cases, that may not be so. When fault is being disputed, insurance companies will typically consider the following to determine fault: Police reports Accident types Traffic laws. Proving fault can be very...

How Long Do You Have to Sue After an Accident?

July 15,2020

When you or a family member has been in a crash caused by someone else, you might be wondering how long do you have to sue after an accident. The amount of time you have to sue is called a statute of limitations in legal terms. After a car accident in which someone is injured or killed, the statute of limitation to sue in Kentucky is usually: Two years from the date of the car accident which caused the injury If a deat...

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