Archive for the ‘Proving a Car Accident Claim’ Category

What Exactly is an Insurance Dispute?

Monday, December 9th, 2019

medical claim denied | what exactly is an insurance dispute?Insurance policies are usually purchased to protect against financial losses due to illness, injury, disability, and death.  Insurance can also provide liability protection if the insured causes bodily harm to someone else, or damages another person’s property in a car accident or other type of accident.   (more…)

Proving a Car Accident Claim – Do I Need a Witness?

Monday, July 25th, 2016

clash of two cars at the crossroads | Proving a Car Accident Claim

In order to have a car accident claim decided in your favor, you must be able to show that your injuries were caused by the negligent acts of the at-fault party. Often, the only witnesses to a car accident are the parties involved- the plaintiff and the defendant. Each party will have their own version of precisely how the accident unfolded, with one party usually blaming the other in the majority of cases.

In these cases, it is simply the word of one party against the other. An eyewitness account from a third party can be especially helpful in proving a car accident claim. (more…)