There are many kinds of gadgets companies use today to make what they do easier or to provide a better customer experience. And insurance companies are no different. One such gadget or device used by insurers is a car insurance tracking device, which is used as a part of discount programs to offer lower premiums… Read more »
Can a Pedestrian Be At Fault When Hit By a Car?
Pedestrian accidents can have serious or fatal consequences for both drivers and walkers, but pedestrians are at a much greater risk of suffering from serious or fatal injuries. According to a study conducted by Smart Growth America, pedestrian fatalities have increased by 35% in the last decade. And with this dramatic increase, people frequently assume… Read more »
Can I File a Claim for A Single-Vehicle Accident?
Vehicular accidents are always challenging experiences, even when they don’t involve multiple cars. A single vehicle accident can be just as traumatizing as multi-vehicle accidents, and they can cause as much or more even damage to your car. They can also leave you with serious injuries. If you’ve experienced a single-car accident, you may wonder… Read more »
What Happens When Your Car Is a Total Loss?
Experiencing a car accident is never easy, especially when the wreck involves a totaled vehicle. Fortunately, you should be able to receive compensation for your totaled vehicle from your insurance company or the at-fault driver. In this blog, we discuss common questions people have regarding totaled vehicles including when is your car considered a total… Read more »
Does an Indiana Police Report Show Who Was at Fault?
What you’ll learn reading this article: The typical Indiana police report doesn’t always include clear information about fault. Fault is determined by courts and insurance companies, long after the accident happens. Even without a police report, you can pursue accident compensation. You might be surprised to see what’s in the police report from your car… Read more »
Towing and Storage After An Accident: Who Pays?
If your car was totaled in a serious accident, you probably have a lot on your plate. It can quickly become overwhelming if you have to balance phone calls with your insurance company and medical bills while you search for a replacement vehicle. You’re already at maximum capacity when you receive a bill from the… Read more »
Is Indiana a No-Fault State?
When you are in a car accident, the insurance company you file your claim against will depend on what type of fault state you live in. This will not only determine who you file your claim with, but it can also affect how much money you will receive as compensation for your damages. So, is Indiana… Read more »
What Is Indiana’s “No Pay, No Play” Law and How Does It Affect the Uninsured?
Most drivers tend to assume they will file a claim against the at-fault driver after an accident to recover compensation for their damages. However, this is not always the case. Who the injured victim seeks compensation from will depend on the fault laws of the state that they live in. In Indiana, car accidents and… Read more »
How Do I Maximize My Personal Injury Settlement?
While each accident and personal injury claim is unique, and there is no way to determine exactly how much a settlement will be worth upfront, there are steps injured victims can take to maximize their claim. In most cases, you will be negotiating with the insurance company, providing evidence that proves who was at fault… Read more »
Driving Without Insurance in Indiana: Here’s Everything You Need to Know
Indiana law prohibits people from driving without a minimum amount of car insurance. All drivers are required to carry that minimum amount in order to be allowed on state roadways. Getting caught without insurance in Indiana will lead to stiff penalties and some pretty big fines! Are you fully informed about the risks of driving… Read more »