When you request a rideshare vehicle from your cellphone, the last thing that you’re likely thinking about is who will be liable if you are injured in a car accident. Unfortunately, however, accidents do happen—and it’s important to be aware of your rights and the options for compensation available to you in the event of an accident. Read more

Each state in the nation is autonomous in its ability to develop rules and regulations pertaining to how financial recovery works after a car accident. States typically follow either a no-fault system or a fault-based system, although a few states have a mixed system in place. Understanding fault vs. no-fault rules is important following a crash in South Carolina, where fault does make a difference, as South Carolina is not a no-fault insurance state. Read more

If you’re injured in an accident, you may assume that everything with your medical bills and pain & suffering will be covered. You will likely be counting on the at-fault driver’s liability insurance to cover your injuries and costs. But what happens in the event that the at-fault driver does not have insurance? In this post, we’ll help you understand your rights when hit by an uninsured driver. Read more