LOST WAGES

NeuwirthLaw Auto Accidents, Insurance

So, you are driving your uber eats car along and you are hit by another car. What are your lost wages? Well, basically, you will have to show what your past uber eats wages are and that you are physically unable to work further. That is really hard to show unless you are undergoing surgery with persistent problems after surgery. …

WHAT MY CLIENTS GO THROUGH

NeuwirthLaw Auto Accidents, Case Matters, For Lawyers, Insurance

I write a lot about the business of personal injury law. Today, I am going to write a little bit about things I don’t often write about and that is what my clients go through before and during their cases.  Here are two examples: Sally is a new grandmother and very excited about her new role and spending time with …

Highway Fatality and Truck Underride Cases

NeuwirthLaw Auto Accidents

Periodically, there are terrible fatal crashes on our highways. You hope that you are never involved in them. As a lawyer who handles vehicle crashes, I encounter these cases periodically. I am working on a new case involving a drunk driver who killed his front passenger on a local highway after a night of drinking. The driver will likely go …

Flo and Progressive

NeuwirthLaw Auto Accidents, Case Matters, Insurance

Progressive insurance has decided that it wants to be more like State Farm. Sort of like DeSantis trying to be Trump.  Snake Farm has developed a reputation on my side of the fence for being exceedingly unreasonable on offers and settlements. This is very well known in the business of insurance lawyering. Does this help their bottom line? I don’t …

DON’T CRY FOR ME GEICO/PROGRESSIVE/STATE FARM

NeuwirthLaw Auto Accidents, Case Matters, Insurance

Recently, a lot of articles in the business news have caught my eye on this tearjerker subject.  Apparently, the insurers have been getting far more automobile crash claims than they expected and have been taking underwriting losses. That means that State Farm for example lost $3.5 billion dollars in 2021 because they paid out more claim dollars than they received …