Family Law & Personal Injury Blog

By Admin 22 Sep, 2017

Different states have different laws dictating how assets and liabilities are allocated during the dissolution of a marriage. The division of assets process is never as simple as dividing a savings account down the middle. You and your spouse have built a life together, and that may include purchasing vehicles, a home, jewelry, electronics and all types of other expensive possessions.

Those things can be relatively easy to divide in comparison to business or retirement savings accounts where early withdrawals could result in penalties.

By Admin 28 Aug, 2017

There are a wide range of scenarios in which you may be bitten by a dog; whether your puppy nips you a bit too hard while teething, your adult dog accidentally nicks you with its teeth while playing or a stranger’s dog bites you while walking down the street or at a dog park. The steps you should take to address the bite depend on two main factors: how severe the wound is and whose dog is responsible.

By Admin 27 Jul, 2017

Most people would agree that older cars had more character than what the general public drives around today. Despite their classic appearance and style, they also had a variety of issues that made them particularly unsafe. Even some of the most popular cars of the past decades had glaring safety flaws.

By Admin 22 Jun, 2017

Being in a car accident is a notoriously stressful experience – for good reason. Even if you aren’t injured, you still have to worry about dealing with law enforcement, deciding whether or not to file an insurance claim, actually filing the claim, finding a reputable auto body shop to do the repairs and of course being without a vehicle while it’s being repaired or you’re shopping for a new one if it was totaled.

Of course, one of the first things you’ll have to deal with is determining fault, which isn’t always the easiest thing to do. There are scenarios in which clearly delineating fault is difficult for legitimate reasons of physics and road variables, and there are just as many times where a driver, for a variety of possible reasons, doesn’t want to admit negligence or aggressive driving on their part.

That being said, it’s still vitally important for your insurance claim and your driving record that fault is accurately determined. So how exactly is fault determined after an auto accident?

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