Since the start, rideshare services Uber and Lyft have made it convenient to get a ride when you need one. The challenge is that the app contains terms and conditions that limit the rideshare company’s liability.
A fun weekend trip to the mall can become overwhelming when you arrive at a busy parking lot crowded with vehicles moving in all directions. With so many people trying to find a spot, it can be difficult to know exactly who has the right of way. One driver who doesn’t check before backing out of a spot can cause an accident resulting in thousands of dollars in vehicle damage.
In Texas, drivers are expected to stay calm and have a safe driving attitude when driving. However, some drivers usually drive dangerously, lose their temper, and vent their anger on other drivers or road users.
Although having confidence and comfortability behind the wheel can be a good thing, nearly every driver is also guilty of some form of distracted driving. These driver distractions are everywhere, and when drivers fail to focus their full attention on the road, they are more likely to injure themselves, their passengers, and others on the road.
Car accidents are a traumatic and overwhelming experience. No matter the circumstances of the accident, your personal health should always be your top priority. Throw in savvy insurance representatives, disagreements over fault, and uncertainty of which course of action is best, and situations become tricky in a hurry. Before long, the bills start piling up, and damages are still left unresolved.
One mistake can cause an accident that changes your life forever. After an accident, whether it’s on the road or while you’re at work, you will need time to focus on your recovery, which often means medical appointments and the bills that follow.
When you file an insurance claim, you expect the insurance company to act in good faith and handle your claim fairly. However, it is not uncommon for insurance companies to use bad faith tactics when responding to, investigating, and handling claims.