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Do Car Insurance Policies Cover Passengers Involved in a Crash?

If you are injured as a passenger in someone else’s vehicle, which insurance policy will cover your damages? The answer to this question depends on the circumstances involved in your accident. The experienced auto accident lawyers in Sacramento at the…

Why Do Attorneys Wait Until Treatment Ends to Settle a Car Accident Claim?

You may receive a settlement offer from the car insurance company soon after your accident. While it may be tempting to accept the offer rather than waiting, an early settlement may not be in your best interest. Before accepting a settlement from an…

Do I Have Options if the Insurance Company Undervalues My Injury Claim?

Insurance companies typically offer the least possible amount of compensation to accident victims. If you receive a lowball offer, you may be concerned that the amount fails to fully compensate you for your losses. Below, our Sacramento car accident…

Can a Mechanic Be Held Liable for a Car Accident?

Most vehicle accidents are caused by driver error, but mechanical failures can also cause accidents. This raises the question: Who is responsible for this type of accident? Below, the Arnold Law Firm’s Sacramento car accident attorneys discuss mechanical…

How Do I Know if I Have a Pedestrian Accident Case?

Many pedestrian accidents are the result of driver negligence and could have been avoided. Victims often suffer life-altering injuries and sometimes even death. If you or a loved one were injured in a pedestrian accident, consider reviewing your situation…

What Happens if More Than One Party Was at Fault for an Accident?

When more than two vehicles are involved, car accident claims can become much more complicated. How is fault assigned with this type of accident? Do you need to file multiple claims to pursue compensation? If you were injured in a car accident and multiple…

When Can an Attorney File a Claim with the Victim’s Car Insurance Company?

After a car accident, the victium usually files a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. In California, the at-fault driver is financially liable for the victim’s damages. However, you may have purchased additional coverage for your own…

My Car Was Totaled. Why is My Compensation Offer So Low?

When your vehicle is totaled in an accident and you carry collision coverage, you expect your insurance company to pay you for the value of your car. Not so fast. Your insurance company pays you for what it claims the value of your car to be. Often,…

Why Car Accident Cases are Complicated, Even When Fault Seems Clear

Dealing with a car accident can be very complicated, particularly when there are disputes about fault. However, accidents can be complex even when the other driver seems clearly at fault. Clear liability can make it more likely for victims to obtain…

How Insurers May Try to Prove You Were at Fault for a Car Accident

Car insurance companies are not on your side after an accident, no matter what you hear in TV commercials. They may try to claim you were at fault, or at least partially at fault, because of something you did or did not do before the crash. Below, learn…