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These are the steps you should take after a car crash

If you're involved in a car crash with another person, there are steps you should take to help yourself. To start with, you should always stay at the scene, regardless of who is at fault. If the other driver is at fault, it's important to tell this to the police when they arrive, explaining your side of what happened.

What kinds of losses can you claim after an accident?

Truck drivers are held to high standards by state and federal laws. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the U.S. Department of Transportation control the Federal Trucking Regulations. If you've been hurt in a truck accident, here are some facts about the regulations that the driver should have been following that could help your case.

Man charged for crash that killed driver on Interstate 95

As someone who drives to work, school or activities, you know that even if you drive safely, there are people who don't. Those people, those who are distracted, drunk or negligent behind the wheel, put your life and the lives of others at risk. If you're injured, you have every right to pursue compensation from the negligent party. You could sue or seek a settlement from their insurance carrier requesting compensation for damages like medical costs and lost wages. If you lose a loved one in a fatal motor vehicle crash, then you can pursue a claim for compensation for your loss.

What do you do after your child is hurt in a bus accident?

School bus accidents shouldn't happen, but the truth is that they do take place and for a number of reasons. Sometimes bus drivers haven't slept enough; other times they're distracted. Sometimes other drivers cause the accident. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration estimated that there were 1,214 fatal bus crashes involving school transportation vehicles between 2004 and 2013.

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