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Can You Get in Trouble for Not Reporting a Car Crash in New York?

When people get into a minor car accident, they think it’s okay to handle it on their own. They agree not to call the police and figure they can just exchange insurance information with the other driver. They don’t want to deal with the hassle of calling the cops. After all, if the damage to…

Can You Still Sue if You Get into a Car Accident but Were Not Wearing Your Seatbelt?

Years ago, just about every state passed a law requiring that you wear a seatbelt. A lot of people complained about this. They figured nobody should be allowed to require them to wear a seatbelt if they didn’t want to. However, since the State ultimately pays a price for people injured in car accidents, they…

Can You Use Proof of the Defendant’s DUI in Your Buffalo Car Accident Case?

Most car accidents are just that – accidents. People make mistakes and it ends up causing a car accident. In other cases, an accident is the result of someone’s reckless behavior. For example, if someone is drinking and driving, they can’t say it was an accident. They intentionally got behind the wheel after drinking alcohol.…

Will You Lose Your Buffalo Car Accident Case if You Have a Poor Driving History?

When you get into a car accident in Buffalo, you’re probably going to insist the other driver was at fault. Our natural instinct is to think we are the innocent party. There may be a small part of you that thinks you could’ve reacted better. But, overall, you’re confident the other driver caused the accident.…

Why Would the Insurance Company Deny My Car Accident Claim in Buffalo?

If you own and drive a car, then you pay for car insurance. You really don’t have a choice. It’s against the law to drive without insurance. The reason you carry coverage is in case you get in an accident. This is why it’s important that you get the other driver’s insurance information if you…
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