Leaving the scene of an accident can carry severe penalties, especially if anyone is injured in the incident. Severe injuries can change misdemeanor charges into felony charges. When it comes to dealing with such situations, consulting with the team at Goodman Acker would be to your benefit. Learn more about charges, penalties, insurance implications, and other key […]Learn More
Being injured in an automobile accident can cause months – if not years – of pain, suffering, and loss of income. Several steps should be made after an accident, including working with insurance companies. What you may not realize, though, is that there might be more than one type of insurance you’ll be dealing with […]Learn More
Image via Adobe Stock by Nomad_Soul. The police report for our client said he was at fault. Goodman Acker proved different and won. After a 9-year old boy was struck by a Jeep while he was crossing the street as his mother watched from her porch, police accused the 9-year-old of running out into the […]Learn More
Many motorists in the US are involved in motor vehicle accidents every year. While most are vehicle to vehicle accidents, the number of those involved in car-pedestrian accidents is troubling. Driving is a huge responsibility that should be done carefully to avoid causing injury or death to pedestrians. If you hit someone, the consequences can […]Learn More
Injuries that occur during a car accident can be severe and disrupt a victim’s life. Individuals who are hurt in a motor vehicle collision may need surgery, long-term treatment, and could be unable to return to work for an extended period. Seven of the most common injuries sustained through a vehicle collision include: Broken bones […]Learn More
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