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Can I Receive Compensation from a Hit and Run Injury Claim? 

Posted on September 20, 2019
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Hit-and-run accidents make it more difficult for law enforcement to pursue a criminal conviction and create issues for survivors of the crash who need to collect compensation for their damages. In California, it may be possible to recover adequate compensation from a hit-and-run driver under the right circumstances. Hit-and-run drivers can receive misdemeanor or felony … Continue reading

New California Bill Could Benefit Hit-and-Run Accident Victims

Posted on April 26, 2019
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On March 19, a new bi-partisan state bill will be heard in the Assembly Public Safety Committee. The bill, if passed, could potentially amend a state law that benefits DUI drivers who are able to have a shorter prison sentence after a  hit-and-run accident. What Will This New Bill Change for Hit-and-Run Victims? The bill … Continue reading

Settlements and Trials Can Resolve Car Wreck Cases

Posted on November 16, 2018

People who are involved in a car crash often decide that they are going to seek compensation. Once they make this choice, they have to determine what type of resolution they are willing to accept. This can vary from one case to another; however, there are two common ways that these cases are handled. One … Continue reading

Settlements Can Resolve Many Car Wreck Cases

Posted on October 26, 2018

Many personal injury lawsuits that stem from car accidents aren’t going to go to trial. A lot of complainants and defendants opt to settle the case before the trial date. This is often an option that is much less costly and less time-consuming. When you settle the case, you are guaranteed to get the settlement … Continue reading

Catastrophic Injuries Are Possible After a Car Wreck

Posted on September 12, 2018

Car wrecks can lead to very serious injuries, especially when the vehicles were moving at higher speeds. While there are some injuries like whiplash that might not show up right away, catastrophic injuries will usually be evident immediately. If you’ve watched what happens after a car wreck, you know that the authorities usually say not to move … Continue reading

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