Who is at fault in a parking lot accident in Chicago? | LE
Chicago Parking Lot Accidents Parking lot accidents are among the most common types of accidents in Chicago, but they can also be one of the […]
When road conditions are optimal, it is suggested that there is a two-to-three-second gap between vehicles. Tailgating occurs when this gap is shortened, and it’s the leading cause of rear-end collisions.
As long as the car is properly insured, it’s likely that the coverage applies to anyone who drives it. Companies and policies may differ, so verify coverage with your insurance provider.
One misconception that many people have in the area of personal injury law is that every crash case becomes a car accident claim lawsuit. In truth, a significant majority of cases will be handled through an out-of-court settlement between the injured client and the liable party’s insurer.
Can a lawsuit be reopened after settlement? Unfortunately, it’s highly unlikely that you will be able to reopen a personal injury case after accepting a settlement from the other party. Keep reading to learn why.
According to the Center for Disease Control, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for children in the U.S. The key to preventing […]
“So much is riding on” something that can often be defective.
Here’s a quick list of items that are useful to bring when you first meet with an attorney about your potential personal injury case.
Langdon & Emison is here to help! Don’t think that just because the roads are less full of cars these days that there are less auto accidents necessarily.
Langdon & Emison has prepared this handy list in case you are ever in an auto wreck and you need to answer the question, “What am I supposed to do?”
With Memorial Day weekend coming up, that means increased travel usually on American highways. Partner Mark Emison shares some tips on seat belt safety for the summer months.
L&E attorney Michael Serra takes a look at pedestrian accidents in America, where people walking on the struck are tragically hit by cars — and how government agencies could do more to help stop them.