Auto Accident Law 101

Auto Accident Law 101

  • Drug Sniffing Dogs At Routine Traffic Stops And The Fourth Amendment

    The fourth amendment clearly spells out the rights of individuals involved in suspected criminal activity: no police officer or government official is allowed to engage in "unreasonable search and seizure." In other words, if the police don't have a warrant or probable cause to search you or your property, they can't. The fourth amendment to the Constitution can cause some confusion among individuals who have been detained at a routine traffic stop and had drug sniffing dogs inspect their car.

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    Auto Accident Law 101

    After being involved in a serious auto accident with a drunk driver, I struggled heavily with getting the driver's insurance company to open a claim. When the insurance company started pushing back, I knew I needed to do something. I spent a lot of time digging through the laws surrounding auto accident claims so that I knew what my legal rights were. I even talked with an auto accident attorney. I created this site to teach others about what I learned, including my court experience. I hope it helps you to determine how you should proceed with your auto accident case.

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