Car Accidents: Proving Fault
Establish who's at fault for a car, motorcycle, or bicycle accident.
Common Causes of Car Accidents
A look at different examples of driver error and other causes of vehicle accidents.
Car Accidents Caused by Negligence
Learn about negligence -- a legal theory for proving fault in car accident cases.
Is Fault Automatic in a Rear-End Car Accident Case?
The tailing driver is usually -- but not always -- at fault for a rear-end accident. Learn more.
Car Accidents and Negligence: When You Are Liable for Another Person's Driving
You may be legally responsible for a car accident even if you weren't in the car.
Car Accident Defenses: Contributory and Comparative Negligence
Recovery may be limited when an accident victim negligently contributes to the cause of the accident.
Car Accidents Caused by Cell Phone Use
You may be liable for a car accident if you were using a cell phone or other device while driving.
Car Accidents and Police Reports
What does the police report contain, and how is it used during a car accident settlement or lawsuit?
Car Accidents Caused by a Medical Emergency
How does liability work when the other driver blacks out or has a heart attack?
How does no-fault car insurance work after a car accident?
If you have been injured in a car accident, and you live in one of the states that follow a no-fault car insurance system, you’ll need to play by a different set of rules.
I disagree with the police report that was written up after my car accident. What can I do?
After a car accident, especially where drivers or anyone else have been injured, a law enforcement officer may come to the scene and prepare a police report.
What if I am partially to blame for my car accident?
Except in rear-end collisions and other scenarios where fault is pretty obvious, car accident claims typically involve a lot of finger pointing among the drivers involved in the crash.