Is Full Insurance Coverage A Myth in Vehicle Accidents?

If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be wondering if your case can receive full coverage. The answer depends on the facts of each case and what kind of insurance policy you have. In general, though, if someone else’s negligence caused your injuries (ex. speeding), then yes: you may be able to file a claim for full coverage under your own policy or another one owned by someone else in the family who was injured at the same time as yourself.

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What Are The Claims of Gross Negligence?

The majority of personal injury cases deal with some form of negligence. This can be from vehicle accidents or medical mistakes. There is often a certain level of negligence involved in these types of cases. Sometimes more than carelessness that leads to an injury happens, and when this is the case, it is considered gross negligence. Gross negligence has the potential for punitive damages charges and financial compensation. Read More

What Do You Do If And When Your Car Insurance Claim Is Denied?

You get car insurance when you buy a car because the law says that you have to. You pay the premium to keep your insurance coverage active and so that you can get compensated if you are ever involved in an accident. Thus, what do you do if you’re involved in a car accident and the other party is at fault and your insurance company denies your claim?This is called a bad faith denial and you’ll learn how to deal with these. Read More