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The 5 Reasons You Might Need a Car Accident Lawyer
No one ever wants to be in a car accident. But unfortunately, they happen. And when they do, it’s important to know what to do and how to protect yourself—especially if the accident was not your fault. One of the best ways to do this is by hiring a car accident lawyer. An auto accident attorney Sacramento will help you navigate the legal system, deal with insurance companies, and get the compensation you deserve. Still not convinced? Here are five reasons you might need a car accident lawyer. To Help with Medical Bills and Treatment Costs If you've been in a car accident, you may be facing expensive medical bills and treatment costs. A car accident lawyer can help you get the compensation you need to cover these costs. You may be wondering whether you really need a lawyer after a car accident. The answer depends on several factors, including the severity of your injuries, the other driver's insurance coverage, and the state in which the accident occurred. If you've been injured in a car accident, boating accident, or any type of accident, it's important to seek medical attention right away. Once you've been treated for your injuries, you'll likely face a number of financial challenges, such as paying for medical bills and missed work. A Sacramento boating accident lawyer can help you get the compensation you need to cover these costs. Most states require drivers to carry liability insurance, which pays for damages if they're at fault in an accident. However, many drivers are underinsured or have no insurance at all. If you're involved in an accident with one of these drivers, you may not be able to get the full amount of compensation you deserve from their insurance company. A car accident lawyer can help you recover damages from an underinsured or uninsured driver. In some states, there are also laws that protect drivers who are hit by an uninsured or underinsured driver. These laws, known as personal injury protection (PIP) laws, typically require insurers to pay for some or all of your medical expenses and lost wages regardless of who was at fault. To Get Compensation for Lost Wages If you've been in a car accident, you may be wondering if you need a lawyer. The answer depends on many factors, but one of the most important is whether you've suffered any lost wages as a result of the accident. If you have, then you may need a lawyer to help you get compensation for those lost wages. Here's what you need to know about lost wages and car accidents: 1. You May Be Entitled to Compensation for Lost Wages If you've been in a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your lost wages. This is true even if you were not at fault for the accident. 2. Lost Wages Can Include More Than Just Your Salary Lost wages can include more than just your salary. They can also include things like bonuses, commissions, and other forms of income. 3. You Need to Prove Your Lost Wages With Documentation To get compensated for your lost wages, you'll need to provide documentation demonstrating how much money you would have earned had it not been for the accident. This can include pay stubs, tax returns, financial records, and more. 4. A Lawyer Can Help You Get the Compensation You Deserve If you've been in a car accident and suffered lost wages as a result, don't try to deal with the insurance company on your own. Instead, let an experienced car accident lawyer handle your claim and fight for you. For Pain and Suffering Car accidents are unfortunately common, and they can be very serious. If you've been in a car accident, you may be wondering if you need a car accident lawyer. Here are some reasons why you might need a lawyer after a car accident: 1. You've suffered injuries in the accident. If you've been injured in a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. A car accident lawyer can help you get the compensation you deserve. 2. The other driver was at fault. If the other driver was at fault for the accident, you may be able to sue them for damages. A car accident lawyer can help you build a strong case against the other driver. 3. The insurance company is lowballing you. After a car accident, you'll likely need to deal with an insurance company. Unfortunately, insurance companies are often more concerned with their bottom line than with paying out fair settlements. If the insurance company is lowballing you, a car accident lawyer can help you negotiate a better settlement. 4. The accident was caused by someone else's negligence. If the accidents was caused by someone else's negligence (e.g., a defective product), you may have grounds for a lawsuit against that party. A car accident lawyer can help you investigate whether or not another party is liable for your injuries To Cover the Medical Bills of Your Loved Ones If you want to sue the at-fault party, you will need to hire a lawyer. This can be an expensive and difficult process. If you want to get compensation for your loved one's medical bills, then you will need to file a claim against the at-fault party. You will need to show that they are responsible for your loved one's injuries. You can also consider filing a claim with their insurance company if they have one. They may offer some financial assistance if they believe that the injured person is covered by their policy. Conclusion At Doyle & O’Donnell Law Firm, we love to provide our clients with useful information. By sharing our legal knowledge with the world through blogs, we hope to have a positive impact on our community. If you have any questions about car accidents or need a personal injury lawyer Sacramento, please call us at +1 (916) 713-7648. We are a small firm and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions. We look forward to hearing from you! Thank you again!
'Space Jam' Is Still The Best Movie Ever.
So you've read the title of this card, and I already know what you're thinking. "Dani, does 'Inception' mean nothing to you?" or "You're trying to tell me that you think 'Space Jam' is a better movie than [Insert the title of a Quentin Tarantino movie here.]?" And I'm here to tell you - yes, you insolent fools. 'Space Jam' is the 'Citizen Kane' of our time. And here's why: First off, it stars Michael Jordan, arguably the most beloved sports celebrity of the past 30 years or so. Think about it. Tiger Woods? Scandal. Lance Armstrong? Scandal. Michael Jordan? Selling Nikes to you, your friend, your brother, and your dad easily since 1984. (That's right. 1984.) Secondly, it lets kids imagine a world where their favorite 'Looney Toons' characters live among humans. Porky Pig asking for Michael Jordan's autograph? Daffy Duck spraying his spit all over as he argues with Bill Murray? Newman from 'Seinfeld' being flattened out like Wyle E. Coyote under an Acme anvil? Priceless. So much priceless. Plus, I think every 90s kid is STILL obsessed with the movie's soundtrack. "COME ON AND SLAM AND WELCOME TO THE JAM." will always be all that needs to be said before a party starts in any given room. Plus, "I Believe I Can Fly", "Hit 'Em High", "Fly Like An Eagle", and "For You I Will" are singles that are just as great to listen to today. The roster of NBA stars that get their skills stolen by the Monstars reads like an MVP blast from the past. Patrick Ewing, Larry Bird, Charles Barkley -- These guys were the absolute kings of basketball in the 90s, and seeing them all act in this movie is SUPER amusing, but also makes you feel kind of old now. (I mean, Muggsy Bogues is 50 today, you guys.) 'Space Jam' inspired a whole generation of kid athletes and non-athletes - including NBA power forward Blake Griffin. I mean, I'm not saying that Little Kid Blake Griffin was watching 'Space Jam' in the movie theater, thinking something like "Hey, maybe if I get 'NBA Rookie Of The Year', it'll up my odds of meeting Bugs Bunny'." But I'm also not NOT saying that. And so, my fellow Vinglers, I hope that I have made you reconsider where your previous loyalties laid and will join me in the 'Space Jam Is The Coolest' Vingle Fan Club - where the current members are Me, Me, Me, and @christianmordi over in the Sports Community. What was YOUR favorite part about 'Space Jam'?
Steph Curry Broke The Way Video Games Are Made
I know that title seems a little hyperbolic but it's absolutely, 100% true. If you know anything about basketball or if you're friends with anyone who knows anything about basketball, then they probably talk about how much of a beast Steph Curry is on the court. He hits 3-pointers from way beyond the arc and he's consistent with it. And I can see the look on your face, you're like, "Paul what the fuck does this have to do with video games?" Well, Curry's performance this season (in real life) has just broken the way NBA2K builds their video games. In a recent interview with Forbes, Mike Wang (gameplay director of the NBA2K games) said, that they're "looking for new ways to translate his [Curry's] game into 2K". As an avid fan and player of the NBA2K games, I know first hand that they've come up with formulas and rules for the game so the game feels like a realistic basketball game. In the most recent iteration, shot selection is a big factor in making shots. But -- if you watch Curry play -- his shot selection is, sometimes, insane. But that doesn't translate to the video game, like, at all. ESPN even ran an article titled, "Real-life Stephen Curry is better than video-game Stephen Curry" which compares Curry's real stats to simulated video game stats and Steph Curry in real life does consistently better than the video game version of him. And it seems like the next iteration of the NBA2K series will have some careful consideration when they start designing the way Curry plays in-game. If you watch the first minute of the video above (which is from a game that just happened a couple of days ago), you'll see Curry make a 3-point shot with two defenders on him. If you were to do this in NBA2K as Steph Curry, you'd most likely miss. It's insane to me that because of his skill, the people that work on 2K have to develop new ways to deal with his on-court skill. It's kind of insane (and awesome and amazing) to me that Stepch Curry is better than an artificial version of himself who, by all means, should be better. Mostly because it's an AI that doesn't get tired or have thoughts or anything else like that. It's kind of breathtaking, to be honest. And I'm sort of happy to be alive during this sports-historic moment in time. All of that being said, I guess the color-commentators need to stop comparing Curry's skill to something that's "video game-like" instead of saying it's unbelievable because, well, the best basketball video game (and its developer) can't believe it either.