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What Does Bodily Injury Liability Coverage Pay For?

Every state requires drivers to carry liability insurance to compensate for property damage and bodily injury. Each type of coverage has limits, but bodily injury coverage generally has two types of limits: the total amount to be paid for injury to one person, and the total amount to be paid for all injuries in a single… Read More »

Why You Need a Professional Investigator on Your Legal Team

If you’ve been injured in a vehicle accident, you may already be disappointed by the limited scope of the police investigation. When a police report fails to support your version of the facts — or worse, contradicts it — you need a professional private investigator on your legal team. At Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban,… Read More »

Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban Welcomes Attorney Bryan G. Nichols to the Personal Injury Practice

Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban is very pleased to announce that North Carolina attorney Bryan G. Nichols has joined the firm as an associate in our  personal injury practice. Bryan is already an accomplished litigator, having tried dozens of cases before judges and juries in eastern North Carolina. A graduate of the Norman Adrian Wiggins… Read More »

Do I Still Have a Case If I Admit Partial Fault in an Accident?

Attorneys always advise clients never to utter a single syllable that could be interpreted as an admission of fault. Unfortunately, most clients never hear this advice until they are in the attorney’s office, discussing an accident that has already happened, when they sheepishly admit, “Maybe, I might have said I was sorry for . …. Read More »

Is There a Future for Personal Injury Damage Caps?

In the 1980s and 1990s, a wave of tort reform swept the country as many states enacted laws that limited the amount of noneconomic damages an injured party could recover in cases of personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death. Medical malpractice was a particular area of concern, as supporters of tort reform argued that… Read More »

Voice-Activated Car Infotainment Systems Still Distract Drivers

Two studies commissioned by the American Automobile Association (AAA) Foundation for Traffic Safety show that voice-activated car infotainment systems, which allow drivers to keep their hands on the wheel, may impair driving by taking the motorist’s mind off the road. The studies showed that, after using a voice-activated system to place a phone call, adjust… Read More »

When Is a Motorcycle Accident a Products Liability Case?

Any vehicle accident has numerous potential causes, from human error to road conditions to mechanical defect. We’ve heard a great deal in the last few years about faulty GM ignition switches and Toyota accelerator pedals that caused several car accidents and more than a dozen deaths. Those accidents were originally blamed on driver error, but… Read More »

Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban Welcomes Litigation Attorney to the Firm’s Chesapeake, VA Office on 12/14/15

Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban Expands Its Chesapeake Office with the Addition of Litigation Attorney Christopher P. Saady CHESAPEAKE, VA DECEMBER 17, 2015 Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban is pleased to announce that Christopher P. Saady, whose practice concentrates on litigation, has joined the firm’s Chesapeake office. Prior to joining Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban,… Read More »

The Importance of Having Enough Insurance Coverage

It’s not enough to have insurance — you have to have the right insurance in the right amounts. Many consumers are careful to calculate the amount of life, home and auto coverage they carry, but trust too much that others will do likewise. It would be great if everyone conscientiously took responsibility for their own… Read More »

Pedestrian Fatalities Still a Major Issue in America

Fatalities in pedestrian accidents are still occurring at very high levels throughout the United States. In 2013, for example, 4,735 pedestrians were killed in traffic accidents, with another 150,000 injured. This means that about every two hours, a pedestrian will die in a traffic accident somewhere in the country. Although all pedestrians are vulnerable to… Read More »

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