If you’re hit by a driver who is at work, your claim of course is against any negligent party that would include the driver who is at work at that time and in addition you will have a claim against his employer because his employer is ultimately responsible for the conduct of his worker.
If you have a lawyer you should definitely never talk to the insurance company. That’s your lawyer’s job and anything that you say to the insurance company will and can be used against you. So you want a lawyer to speak with the insurance company. You don’t want to be involved in that process at … Read More »
You should never give any recorded statement to an insurance company. They have no right to that recorded statement or ask for it and sometimes if you make the mistake of giving a recorded statement to the insurance company, they haven’t talked to a lawyer yet and they say things that are harmful to their … Read More »
It costs nothing to hire a car accident attorney or an attorney to represent you in an accident case. Attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. What that means is, they invest their time and talent, trying to make a recovery in your behalf. If they’re unable to, they do not charge you any money. … Read More »
No, you do not have to talk to the other driver’s insurance company, you should never talk to the other driver’s insurance company. All they’re going to want to do is to get information to figure out how to denigrate or deny your claim.
There are a lot of things that are different about your claim if you were hit by a tractor trailer. Probably the most significant one is you are more than likely to be seriously injured if you were hit by a tractor trailer. That makes retaining a personal injury attorney paramount for you to seek … Read More »
Yes we do, in fact I recently handled an amusement park case where my client was entering onto a ride, she slipped and fell on some defective steps and was injured. In investigating these cases it is important to note that there is some level of assumption of the risk. So the nature of your … Read More »
Unlike an automobile an ATV does not carry insurance of the type that you would have on your vehicle. The type that you would have on your vehicle would include first party medical benefits. Consequently, your first party medical benefits under your own auto insurance would pay for your medical bills initially if you were … Read More »
I fell on Black Ice. Do I have a case? Black ice is typically caused by one of two things. It’s either a natural weather event or it’s caused by a condition of the property that is allowing water to accumulate and freeze on a specific area. If it’s the latter of these two conditions … Read More »
One of the questions that I am frequently asked is, who is going to pay my medical bills? Obviously this depends on what type of accident in which you’ve been involved. If you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident, under Pennsylvania, we still have no fault insurance for motor vehicle accidents. So, your motor vehicle … Read More »