Author: Ash Watkins

insurance discounts

Insurance companies made headlines offering their policyholders refunds, credits, or one-time payments during the coronavirus pandemic. Many of their policyholders recently lost work because of the economic shutdown. This is a welcomed relief. But when ordinary business resumes, what will the insurance companies discount next? Insurance Discounts They Can Afford…

contingency fee piggy bank

You probably heard that personal injury attorneys work on a percentage of the insurance settlement. How does that work? What is a contingency fee? It’s an alternative to an hourly rate other attorneys charge their clients. A contingency fee is an arrangement between you and your attorney to share a set percentage…

personal injury case from home

Are you quarantined with an injury that was caused by an accident? You still deserve justice for your pain and suffering, but it’s understandably harder to pursue during the pandemic. While these challenges are new for everyone, you can continue to find help in expertise. The right lawyer can help…

bryan stow

In 2011 San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow attended the Major League Baseball Opening Day game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Witnesses reported seeing men taunt Stow during the rivalry game. At the end of the night, the taunts violently escalated when two men brutally beat Stow in the…

government building

You may know that personal injury claims are pursued in a lawsuit or negotiated out of court, but it’s a different process for claims against the government. If you are looking to sue a local government for an injury, you must follow a list of guidelines and could be limited…

cars in las vegas city traffic

Accident victims turn to personal injury lawyers for answers. Most know the party who is responsible for the accident is the one who pays for it. However, hit-and-run drivers leave their victims with total uncertainty. And that’s not right. Sam & Ash Injury Law represents these victims because they deserve…

sun glare while driving

Imagine being in a car accident in the late afternoon. The other driver gets out of their car and says “I had sun glare for only a second and I didn’t see you!” The other driver may have been blinded, but now you’re hurt and without a car. Does sun…

impaired driving alcohol with keys

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. While celebrating during the holidays, it’s easy to forget about the risks of car accidents. That is why we seek to raise awareness during this time of year of the serious consequences of impaired driving. An accident-free holiday is possible. It begins by…

autumn road

Thanksgiving reminds us of the gratitude we feel for our friends and family. According to AAA, 49.3 million Americans will typically drive long distances to see their loved ones. This year, you may not be driving as far, but the risks of the road are still present. Unfortunately, drunk driving…

social distancing

Every accident is different, but the first step is usually the same: exchanging information with the person responsible for the accident. These days, you can also risk exchanging more than just information. While less likely outdoors, coronavirus can be transmitted from even casual interaction with another person. At Sam &…