A Car Insurance Company Is Suing You (Now what?)

A car insurance company is suing you and you’re left asking, “Now what?” Because you will be personally liable for damages that exceed your policy limits, it’s important talk with your provider about pursuing settlement with a full release of claims from the other driver and the other driver’s insurance company. Learn all about lawsuits with insurance companies and what your rights and responsibilities are here.

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Police Tow Your Car: What happens next?

When police tow your car, it could be for a few different reasons. Police will have your car towed to impound if it is related to a crime or you are being arrested and your car is either undriveable or no one is available to move it for you. Find out more about when police tow your car and what you’ll have to do to get it back here.

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When to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer After an Accident

Knowing when to hire a car accident lawyer when dealing with insurance can be tricky. Some cases you’d be better off handling alone. If there are injuries, claim denials, or other complicating factors, though, you may want to consult an attorney. Learn about the circumstances that might require legal help here.

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SUV Rollover Lawsuits

No major SUV maker escapes litigation over SUV rollover injuries. Chevrolet, GMC, Toyota, Mitsubishi, and General Motors are all named in suits claiming faulty design and/or negligence. Many of the suits have led to recalls.

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Damages and Liability for Road Rage Incident

Road rage accidents can sometimes result in personal injury or property damage. Assuming that you can identify the person who actually assaulted you, you may be able to sue the driver for any personal injuries or property damage to your vehicle, in addition to potential criminal charges.

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