Driving in Tennessee without auto insurance is usually asking for trouble. Not only is it against the law, but failure to provide proof of insurance can also mean heavy fines and losing your license. Most drivers don't have thousands of dollars sitting around in case they get into an accident. Yet, according to Tennessee's Financial Responsibility Laws, all at-fault drivers are … [Read more...] about What To Do If You’re Hurt by an Uninsured Driver in Tennessee
Traffic laws exist for a reason. Getting behind the wheel means you agree to adhere to all traffic laws and safety regulations. In return, other drivers promise to reasonably do the same. Unfortunately, accidents can still happen. If another driver’s negligence causes a collision, it can cause severe injuries to both of you. However, not all injuries are visible. Sometimes an … [Read more...] about Types of Emotional & Psychological Injuries After a Crash
Legislation affecting the process and outcomes for Louisiana car accident settlements was debated in the state legislature throughout 2020 and was ultimately signed by Governor John Bel Edwards, taking effect with the arrival of 2021. The changes were a part of the Civil Justice Reform Act. What are the new changes and what do they mean? That depends on perspective, but … [Read more...] about Pros & Cons of the New Louisiana Car Accident Settlements Law
Personal injury protection in Michigan underwent historic change in July 2020 when new legislation went into effect. The reform of the state’s auto insurance requirements offers consumers the chances to save money—or expose themselves to unnecessary risk, depending on your perspective. For 47 years, dating back to 1973, Michigan had a requirement that drivers purchase … [Read more...] about The Debate Over Michigan’s New Personal Injury Protection Reform
A Louisiana car accident bill whose aim is to lower auto insurance premiums in the state has passed both houses of the state legislature. The Omnibus Premium Reduction Act is headed to the desk of Governor John Bel Edwards. It is expected the governor will sign the legislation, but the bill did not pass without strong arguments on both sides. The motivation for the bill came … [Read more...] about Will Louisiana Car Accident Bill Lower Premiums or Hurt Victims?