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Benefits of Having Insurance Policy Add-Ons When Filing an Auto Accident Claim

Although having the minimum insurance requirements is better than having no insurance at all, having more than just a basic policy can be beneficial if you are ever injured in a car crash. This is particularly true if you suffer severe or life-changing injuries. Below, our car accident lawyers in Sacramento discuss how insurance add-ons may provide […]

What Should I Do if the At-Fault Driver Lied to the Insurance Company?

If the driver who caused your accident lies to his or her insurance company to avoid liability for your damages, you may need to speak to a knowledgeable attorney to determine what your plan of action should be to recover the compensation you need for medical bills, lost wages and other damages. Call the Sacramento car […]

Factors that Help Determine Liability for a Merge Lane Accident in California

Merging onto the freeway or out of a lane that is ending can be tricky, and accidents can occur when drivers are not careful. Determining who is at fault for a merging collision can be more complicated than you might think. If you were injured in a merging crash and believe it is the other […]

Filing an Injury Claim for an Accident Caused by a Driver in a Rental Car

As California prepares to fully reopen its economy on June 15, local roadways may once again be filled with tourists and vacationers. Many may be driving rental cars. What happens if the driver of a rental car crashes into you? Collisions with rental cars can involve additional factors. Fortunately, the Sacramento car accident lawyers are prepared to […]

Can I File a Claim for a No-Contact Car Accident?

You may be able to obtain compensation for an accident that was caused by another driver’s recklessness, even if your vehicle and the other driver’s vehicle did not make contact. However, these claims can be more difficult to validate than claims involving typical vehicle collisions. The Sacramento car accident lawyers at the Arnold Law Firm are ready […]

Who May Be Liable for a Crash Caused by a Teenage Driver?

Negligent drivers can be held liable for auto accidents, but when the driver is a teenager, his or her parents may be held responsible. Even when a teenager is behind the wheel, the car is probably listed on the parent’s insurance policy. Below, our Sacramento-based car accident lawyers discuss liability for crashes caused by teenage drivers. If […]

Whose Insurance Company Pays for Rental Costs After a Crash?

If your vehicle is badly damaged or declared a total loss after an accident, you will likely need to rent a car to get to and from work, medical appointments, and other places. You may able to avoid paying for a rental car out of your own pocket. Below, learn more about options for covering […]

I Was Injured in an Accident Involving a Rideshare Service. Who Will Cover My Claim?

Rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft offer affordable convenience, but most people do not think about how complex a rideshare accident can become until after they are injured in a collision. The status of an at-fault rideshare driver at the time of a collision can significantly affect how injured drivers or passengers may be […]

Filing a Claim for an Injury Caused by Road Rage

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), road rage is when a person drives recklessly to endanger the lives of others or when a person commits assault with a vehicle or other dangerous weapon while in a vehicle, either as a passenger or driver. Drivers who engage in road rage are likely to […]

What Happens if an Accident Involves a Disabled Vehicle?

There are plenty of reasons why vehicles break down, forcing drivers to pull over, including a flat tire, an empty gas tank, or an overheated engine. Drivers need to be careful when pulling off the roadway because passing drivers often do not pay enough attention and may cause a crash. While passing drivers are often […]

Who May be Liable for a Chain Reaction Auto Accident?

A chain reaction accident occurs when more than two vehicles hit each other, generally in a series of rear-end collisions due to the force of impact from one of the vehicles. Because these types of accidents involve several drivers, there are additional factors to consider when determining liability. Our experienced Sacramento car accident lawyers understand […]

How You May Be Able to Cover Medical Treatment Bills During Your Personal Injury Claim

If you are injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation to cover the costs of your medical bills as well as other damages related to the accident. Unfortunately, even if your claim is successful, it may take months or longer before you receive that compensation. In the […]