First, you could go against the party that caused your accident and try to collect those damages from that company. Oftentimes, that’s a slow process and I found with most of my clients, it’s faster for them to go against their own insurance company under their own policy of insurance to get their car paid for, repaired, replaced, whatever the case may be. Your company will then do what’s called subrogate or collect that money back from the insurance company from the party that caused your crash.
Motor vehicle accidents are a common cause of death among teenagers. Especially those learning how to drive. Here’s what you should know about factors that contribute to fatal teen car crashes and how to get help if your child was injured in a collision. Driving Distracted Teens are more susceptible to distracted driving, especially when […]...read more