The answer is possibly. It will depend upon a variety of circumstances. If you suffer an extensive injury and you feel that the airbags would have possibly reduced the injury, I would definitely speak to an attorney. Your attorney is going to need to evaluate whether the airbags were supposed to go off in the…

Sí, necesita obtener dos tipo de seguridad; PIP y property damage, pero hay otro tipo de cobertura y es importante averiguar y entender todo tipo de cobertura por su ayuda, por su salud.

The damages in a death case involving an 18-wheeler are going to be the same type of damages that would be available in any other type of accident case. The damages are set forth by a statute and whether anyone has a claim on behalf of the dead person or the deceased then, will be…

In many ways they are very similar, the police will typically respond to the accident, assess the situation, and then take proper action. If 18-wheelers are involved, often times, other investigators will come out to the accident scene and make an investigation. These will be situations that involve a serious accident. If it’s not a…

If you have the unfortunate situation of being involved in an accident with an eighteen wheeler or a semi tractor, then you should definitely call an attorney from the accident scene as soon as possible. Let them know what’s going on. They might want to come to the accident scene, or send someone to the…

There are two ways to go about obtaining proper attorneys in whatever situation you have. Maybe you want to look on Google and type in the phrase “18-wheeler attorney.” Maybe you want to call a trusted friend who knows the legal community. You might be able to find information on the web. You might be…

Most likely any competent attorney in the state of Florida that will represent you will represent you on what is called a contingency fee basis. In other words, they will only collect a fee if they collect a recovery for you. They will take a percentage of what you recover in the scenario that you…

Under Florida law, the owner of the vehicle is always responsible for the damages caused by that vehicle. The fact that you loaned your car to someone else does not absolve you of responsibility. The fact of the matter is the driver, your friend, might actually also be responsible for part of the damages. However,…

Most likely, not. However, it will depend upon what type of injury you have and what type of claim you are making. However the best thing to do is to speak with a medical malpractice attorney so that they can guide you properly and so that you can figure this out as quickly as possible.

In my opinion it will depend on the type of accident and how clear the facts are. Certainly you want an investigation that supports your side of the story. However, even if it does not, if the facts are so apparent the investigation might not have an impact in whether you make a claim or…

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