Car accidents often result in significant amounts of damage – property damage expenses, medical bills, and lost wages are all common, especially when the car accident is severe. In order to pay for these damages, drivers throughout the nation typically have one of two options: filing a claim against their own insurance policy’s no-fault coverage,…Read More
Car Accidents Articles
- Is Iowa a No-Fault State?
- Is Illinois a No-Fault State?
If you’re in a car accident in Illinois (or injured in another accident type) and suffer damages, you’ll likely have questions about who will pay for these damages and what your legal options are. At the offices of VanDerGinst Law, our Illinois car accident attorneys can help you to understand our state’s fault laws and…Read More
- What is a Typical Settlement for a Pedestrian Hit By a Car?
Car accidents involving collisions between motorists and pedestrians have some of the most devastating consequences of any type of car crash. This is largely because pedestrians are so much less protected than motorists, who have the benefit of seat belts and air bags. For this reason, many of the injuries pedestrians get who are in…Read More
- 8 Tips for Hiring a Lawyer After a Car Accident
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), as many as 2.44 million people were hurt in car accidents in 2015 alone. Whatever the cause of the collision, car accidents tend to have far reaching consequences for those who are involved, often leaving injured parties to grapple with expensive medical bills, while also being…Read More
- What is the Average Car Accident Settlement in Iowa?
Though car accidents in Iowa have been on the decline in the last few years, data collected by the Iowa Department of Transportation show that motor vehicle crashes are still a serious problem. In 2017, there were 330 fatalities and 18,705 people hurt in such collisions. The lives of these victims and their families are…Read More