Can Failing to Wear a Seatbelt Hurt My Case After a Car Accident?

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Seatbelt laws require drivers and passengers alike to remain buckled up when inside a vehicle. If someone is injured in an accident while not wearing a seatbelt, that person’s eligibility to receive compensation for their damages may depend on several factors. Depending on the state, it could be argued that the injured party was comparatively […]

What is “Comparative Negligence” in a Motorcycle Case?

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What if you are in a motorcycle accident and find yourself partially at fault? Comparative negligence refers to the practice of offering compensation to a damaged yet partially at-fault party with that compensation reduced by the same percentage of fault decided. This allows a driver or motorcyclist who may have been partially at fault for […]