As we enter the summer months, many of us may plan on taking a vacation, road trip or even a stay-cation. With that in mind, it is important to know exactly what protection your car insurance may or may not provide you in case of an accident.
An automobile accident can be a traumatic and terrifying experience. One moment you’re driving down the road headed to your destination. The next you’re in shock and feeling like your life has been turned upside down.
Last year alone, there were 126,845 motor vehicle crashes in Arizona.
The odds are that, at some point, most of us will be involved in a motor vehicle crash. There is also the likelihood that the cause will be a driver whose attention was distracted from the road because they were using a cell phone. In fact, the National Safety Council has reported that a quarter of all car accidents involve cell phone use. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2013, 3,145 people were killed and approximately 424,000 were injured in crashes involving a distracted driver. Texting while driving is particularly distracting because it involves taking your hands off of the steering wheel, diverting your eyes from the road and turning your mind to something other than the task of driving – a triple threat.
Personal injury cases can cover a variety of areas. Whether it is an injury from a car accident or a dog bite, we have heard them all. Here are three personal injury cases from across the country that you may not think would win but actually did.
There are several areas of personal injury law. Personal injury is basically when one person has suffered from some form of injury, which can be physical or psychological, as a result of an accident caused by another person(s).