When a motor vehicle accident happens, victims may be in a state of shock. They are probably not thinking about what they should and shouldn’t do from a legal and insurance perspective – they are just reacting. Continue reading “Avoid These Mistakes After A Car Accident”
It’s common to be overwhelmed and confused after suffering a serious injury. On top of the physical and emotional challenges of recovering or adjusting to life with a new disability, you now face an uphill legal battle to get compensation for your injuries. Continue reading “3 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer”
Most drivers will be involved in some sort of car accident in their lifetimes. In fact, over a lifetime of driving, a driver may be involved in several accidents. By car insurance industry estimates, the average driver will file a collision claim approximately once every 17.9 years.
The majority of car accidents are not serious. Many are fender benders resulting in some minor damage to a car. Continue reading “Involved In a Fender Bender? Here’s What To Do Next.”
Do you feel uneasy when you’re driving behind a minivan towing a trailer of garage sale finds or a pickup truck hauling a suspiciously shaky mattress?
You know, something like this:
You have good reason to be nervous.
A 2016 AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study determined more than 200,000 debris-related crashes were reported between 2011 and 2014. These incidents were responsible for nearly 40,000 injuries and over 500 deaths. Continue reading “Preventing Debris-Related Crashes: How to Safely Secure Objects to Your Vehicle”
Did you know we are in the middle of the “100 deadliest days” for teen drivers?
Over the past five years more than 1,600 people were killed in crashes involving teen drivers between Memorial Day and Labor Day and in recent weeks, tragic accidents have claimed the lives of several Ohio teens. Continue reading “100 Deadliest Days: 5 Dangers to Discuss with Your Teen Driver”