If you are injured in a traffic accident, there are likely many questions that are going through your mind. But along with questions, you are likely to have a number of misunderstandings about the law, and some of these misunderstandings may prevent you from seeking a personal injury attorney. The following are a few of them. You cannot collect money if the driver has no insurance You may think that there is no chance of collecting money when the other driver has no insurance, and if you don't have uninsured motorist coverage on your policy, you will think you cannot get compensation for your injuries.
If you've gone through a divorce and won custody, you'll likely be awarded child support as well. What do you do when your former spouse is now withholding child support from you? Here is what you should know about this unfortunate situation. Give Them The Benefit Of The Doubt The first thing you should do is talk to your former spouse about the missed payments. It's possible that the missed payments are unintentional and they are unaware.
Young drivers may have a tendency to not quite understand the potential dangers of the road and act in negligent ways. For example, a new driver may try to race or "drag" with other drivers and up causing an accident that hurts another person. This situation is very dangerous and lawsuits are likely to pop up that may require a car accident lawyer to properly navigate. Negligence is a Common Car Crash Cause
Thousands of lives are saved each year thanks to airbags. When you purchase a car and get behind the wheel, part of why you feel safe is that you know the airbag will deploy if you have an accident. Unfortunately, there are some airbags that fail to deploy, and those riding in the vehicle are often seriously injured or killed. In addition to seeking compensation from the driver responsible for the accident, you may also choose to seek compensation from the manufacturer of the airbag.
Divorce proceedings require a couple to separate their assets. This can be a source of contention between spouses, especially when it comes to deciding who will get the house. A home is usually a married couple's largest and most valuable asset. It is also an asset with a lot of emotional ties. These factors can cause the awarding of the home to bring property division negotiations to a halt. There are a few different ways to settle the issue of who gets the house in a divorce.