No matter how well-maintained your car is or how careful you as a driver, there may be times when you get into an accident. By the very definition of an accident, it’s an incident that is neither expected nor intentional. Car accidents can be terrifying and traumatic for all the parties involved. Vehicular collision can also result in grave injuries to the people involved and damage to properties that can affect your financial situation and your way of living.

Hogan Injury’s Car Accident section aims to answer your questions regarding car accidents. We have picked questions and answers that are relevant to you as our customer and will ensure that you will find answers no matter the circumstances of the vehicular accident you were in, whether it’s a simple fender bender or a multiple car collision.

From the time when the accident occurred, determining liability, identifying which authorities to report an accident to, calculating for damages, steps in claiming car insurance, this section will guide you in whatever situation you are in.

Hogan Injury has a group of lawyers with expertise in the matters concerning car accidents. We will be able to provide you with legal services and advice that will help your case.

In California, thousands of fatal and non-fatal pedestrian accidents happen every year. To ensure safety and avoid collisions, both drivers and pedestrians have the responsibility to exercise due care. The following are some tips for drivers and pedestrians to stay safe on the road. For Drivers 1. Be cautious and obey traffic laws Observe your surroundings. Look for pedestrians that are going to cross in a crosswalk or at an intersection. Never slow roll on crosswalks and come to a complete stop instead. Practice caution and follow traffic rules at.

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If you were injured in a pedestrian accident, you may be able to sue and claim for damages. In most cases, you will have to prove that the motorist who hit you was at fault. You must prove the motorist’s negligence. However, there are also situations wherein you can sue the city or the government entity that has the responsibility to maintain the road. In California, you have two (2) years from the date of the accident to file an injury claim. If you are going to sue a government.

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Generally, pedestrians have a right-of-way. But not anywhere or anytime. The California Motor Vehicle Code 21950 states that drivers “shall yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing the roadway within any marked crosswalk or within any unmarked crosswalk at an intersection.” Thus, as long as pedestrians are crossing a crosswalk at an intersection, they have the right-of-way. In the same vehicle code, it states that “no pedestrian may suddenly leave a curb or other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a vehicle that is so.

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Injuries that are sustained on public transportation are very similar to the injuries you would see in most motor vehicle accidents. The most common injuries that passengers usually sustain from a public transportation accident are whiplash, sprained and torn ligaments, cuts, bruises, scrapes and back injuries. Other passengers could sustain more severe injuries like broken bones, brain concussions, herniated disks, severed limbs, scarring, carbon monoxide poisoning, and death. If you are a passenger and got injured in a public transportation accident, you can be compensated for your losses and damages.

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A road accident that resulted in a fatality or death may be qualified for a wrongful death claim. This refers to a fatal accident that was due to the negligence or misconduct of another person. The immediate family such as a spouse, child, or parent of the deceased or personal representative of the deceased may file a wrongful death lawsuit. Neglect may be in the form of carelessness or unsafe driving or unintentional reason such as car manufacturer defect. Here are common causes of car accidents that may lead to.

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When you pursue a claim for whiplash compensation, it is advisable for you to visit an independent medical expert, who will assess your injuries and prepare a report. The report will contain a reference to any additional treatment you may require to aid recovery, plus a prognosis estimating how long that recovery will take. If the medical expert deems your injuries to be unrecoverable, the report will highlight this and clearly explain if a second appointment is required before making a final diagnosis. If this is the case, you should.

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The state where the accident happened would require you to comply insurance requirements for that state and not the state where you live. If the accident weren’t your fault, you would need to contact a reliable insurance company for the claims for the injury or whatever damages that cost you. The claim process is the same as it would be if the accident happened in the state where you live.

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When an accident happens and your thinking that it was partly your fault, the best thing to do is not to talk. This is not lying, it’s just that your thoughts might not be clear after the accident, or the accident may look different from someone else view or may be different later when your mind is cleared. If a police officer arrives to investigate the accident, you will have to cooperate and give your own statement, but don’t obligate yourself to tell that the accident is partly your fault..

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If you ever wondered when is the time to file an accident report, the best answer is “as soon as possible.” According to The Law Dictionary, filing a police report will start the police investigation to the accident, and unless the investigation begins soon after the crime was committed, the people that may help you regard to the accident may forget the scenario or the evidence may become contaminated or may not be useful to the case anymore. Filing an accident report may be different depending on the state on.

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If the accident you’re involved with wasn’t your fault, it is likely that the insurance adjuster of the at-fault driver is trying to implicate your liability to the accident to reduce the amount of your claim against them. They will try their best to lessen their client’s responsibility towards you so that they can save a lot of money. That’s why it is essential that you know how to deal with an insurance adjuster the moment they call. Tips on how to deal with an insurance adjuster: 1. Hire a.

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