Newsroom Category: Personal Injury

No one is in the driver’s seat… Who is at fault?

Self-driving cars have officially hit our roads, and while self-driving technology is advancing at a fast pace, are governments and insurance companies keeping pace?  The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (“IIHS”) estimates that there will be 3.5 million self-driving cars by 2025, and 4.5 million by 2030.[1]  The IIHS also reminds us that of these vehicles not all will be … Continue reading

Idaho Statute Allows Plaintiffs Opportunity to Recover Attorney Fees in Small Personal Injury Actions

A plaintiff who makes a claim for damages of $25,000 or less in a personal injury action in Idaho can take advantage of a fee-shifting statute which will allow the plaintiff to recover her fees at arbitration or trial.  In order to limit plaintiff’s ability to use this statute, it is important that a defendant receiving such a claim respond … Continue reading