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Why You Need a Police Report After a Car Accident in Hawaii

After a car accident that’s left you injured or with extensive property damage, you may feel overwhelmed with the task of seeking an insurance settlement or filing a personal injury claim.

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What to Do If You Are a Pedestrian Who Was Struck by a Car

If you have been struck by a car while walking, there are a few important steps you should take to ensure that you receive the compensation to which you are entitled. Our pedestrian accident attorney at Daniel T Pagliarini AAL provides trusted legal guidance and skilled representation to individuals who were struck by a car in Honolulu or any of the islands, including Lanai, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, and the Big Island.

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Common Mistakes to Avoid After a Car Accident

If you’ve recently been involved in a car accident, chances are your first thoughts aren’t about how to win a lawsuit. However, a personal injury claim may be necessary if you’ve been injured or your vehicle has been damaged.

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Who Will Pay My Medical Bills After an Accident?

The days and weeks following a car accident can be incredibly stressful. You’re not only because still recovering from the trauma of the crash, but if you were injured, you’re probably growing concerned about who’s responsible for paying your medical expenses.

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Common Injuries After an Auto Accident

Being involved in a car accident can result in considerable damage, and this includes trauma, property damage, and physical injuries. However, there are certain injuries that may be harder to detect at first, but this doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be taken seriously.

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Distracted Driving Laws in Hawaii

Most of us have been there. We pass another vehicle on the roadway, and the driver is not looking at the road. Perhaps they are on their phone, eating, drinking, talking to someone in the back seat, or reaching down to pick up something that fell on the floor on the passenger side.

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Drunk Driver Behind the Wheel

What to Do If You Are Hit by a Drunk Driver

Not every negligent driver who causes a car accident faces criminal as well as civil repercussions. However, those proven to have a blood alcohol content (BAC) over the legal limit and those whose consumption of alcohol or drugs impairs their ability to safely operate a vehicle face both an administrative revocation of their driver's license and a criminal charge of operating a motor vehicle under the influence.

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Car Accident

Car Accidents Claims Process in Hawaii

Unfortunately, car accidents are an everyday occurrence in our modern world, but thankfully, most of them are minor and don’t result in any injuries. However, after crashes that do result in property damage or injury, you owe it to yourself to be familiar with the accident claims process in Hawaii to ensure you get the compensation you need.

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What to Do As an Injured Passenger

Many drivers have been in some kind of car accident in their lives, even if it’s just a minor fender bender. Because of this, most people know the standard requirements of exchanging insurance information and filing a basic claim. However, fewer people are clear on what to do if you were injured in a car accident as a passenger.

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The First 72 Hours After an Accident

If you’ve been involved in an accident, it can feel overwhelming trying to remember what steps should be taken next. From medical attention and legal action to gathering evidence and notifying insurance companies, there are many details that need immediate attention.

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