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There is more than one side to every accident. Sometimes, it turns out that fault lies with someone else. Sometimes, it’s your own behavior that caused problems. Often, it’s some combination of factors, making things a little murky when it comes to liability.

When you are found to be liable for an accident, your insurance will be responsible for paying the damages. When injury is serious or when a lawsuit is filed, your insurance company may appoint an attorney to represent you during settlement negotiations or in the eventuality of a trial.

Who Will Pay for My Damages?

Injured man looking at bills and wondering how to pay for them

When you are injured in an accident, insurance typically pays for related medical expenses and other economic damages. If you have a deductible, you will need to satisfy that agreement before collecting compensation. Your settlement will only be as large as your policy allows.

Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

November 3 – 11 is Drowsy Driving Prevention Week. During this time, it’s a good idea to consider your own driving habits to make sure you are doing everything possible to keep yourself – and everyone you share the road with – safe.

Research conducted by the National Sleep Foundation found 20% of participants willing to admit to falling asleep behind the wheel within the past 12 months. An alarming 40% admitted to having fallen asleep behind the wheel at least once during their driving career.

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