Impaired driving can have a serious impact on your life. We can help you if you have been affected by an impaired driver. We can help you obtain compensation against the impaired driver and receive accident benefits from your insurance company, including income replacement, attendant care, medical and rehabilitation and non-earner, to provide you with treatment.
Distracted driving is dangerous and increasing and can cause accidents with serious consequences. These accidents can occur from distraction due to cell phones and texting or others in the vehicle. We can help you receive compensation if you are in an accident involving a distracted driver and guide you through the process.
A non-continuing power of attorney for property also allows you to appoint someone to take care of your finances and property on your behalf. However, this type of power of attorney property is no longer in effect if you become mentally incapable. It is used where, for example, you require someone to take care of your finances and property if you are away from home.
Many people now are using bicycles to go places and the number of cyclist accidents has increased. Cyclist accidents can occur at intersections, where no bicycle lanes are present and on busy roads. These accidents can cause serious injuries. You can claim accident benefits and sue the negligent driver in cyclist accidents. We have expertise in such claims and can be there to help you throughout the process.
The number of people walking to get around has increased, which has increased the accidents involving pedestrians. Pedestrians have the right of way but many drivers do not keep a proper lookout. As a result, pedestrians can suffer from serious injuries in accidents. These cases can be very complicated but we have experience in helping those in an accident receive the compensation they deserve. We can help you sue at-fault drivers and receive accident benefits to help you recover from your insurance company or the driver’s insurance company.
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