Carol S. DiBari graduated from the University of Delaware and St. John's University School of Law, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the New York International Law Review. She then worked in personal injury law and insurance defense for seven years in New York City before leaving private practice to raise a family. She currently resides in Pennsylvania.
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Articles By Carol DiBari
A look at your options if you have been in a car accident with an uninsured driver.
Some states recognize the “sudden medical emergency defense,” which can relieve a driver from liability when they suffer an unforeseen medical emergency that causes a car accident. Here's what you need to prove to avoid financial responsibility.
How does liability work when the other driver blacks out or has a heart attack?