“Black Box” Data and How it Can Be Used to Build Your Case Attorneys are utilizing black box data more and more when building a personal injury case. So what is a “black box” and how can it be used if you are involved in a motor vehicle collision? The black box, also known is […]
If Someone is Able to Walk Around After Being Involved in a Collision, Could They Still Have Serious Injuries?
Yes: life-changing injuries can happen from a relatively low-impact auto accident. Low-speed automobile collisions can produce injuries to the neck and back, despite what the insurance companies would have you believe. In fact, even at speeds as low as 10 miles per hour, such an impact can cause a s
Approximately nine people died today nationwide, according to the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to that same study, nearly nine people die and over 1,000 get hurt every day as a result of distracted driving. Annually, more than 424,000 injuries and deaths occur as a
One of the most frequent questions we get at Larson Larimer Schneider is: “How does my auto accident injury case work?” People want to know what the lifetime of a case is like, how long it’s going to take, and so on. In this entry, we will highlight some of the main elements involved in [&hell