Not all auto accidents are the tragic ones where someone dies or is seriously injured. There are far more minor auto accidents, where a driver or passenger sustains injuries that are not life-threatening, than the kind that make the evening newsread more
Pedestrians and drivers often share the roadway, and it doesn’t always work out well for the pedestrian. According to National Highway Transportation Safety Administration statistics, over 4,000 people die every year as a result of a pedestrian accident.read more
One of the trickiest situations for a driver is making a left-hand turn at a busy intersection. Drivers must not only be alert to the traffic signal, but also to cars approaching from the cross street, as well as to oncoming trafficread more
“Tailgating”, which is a term for when a person drives too close to the vehicle in front of him or her, is a common cause of traffic accidents. It happens all too frequently on the highways, and it creates a dangerous situation if the car in frontread more
If you get into a car accident that involves serious injury and/or property damage, there’s a good possibility that a police officer will show up on the scene. The officer will have immediate responsibilities (determining if anyone needs medical attention, getting the damaged cars out of the way of traffic, etc.), but afterward he or she will file a reportread more
When a loved one dies it is a time of great emotion, and the survivors need time to process what has happened, to grieve, and to pull their lives back together. With all that’s going on, it is easy to forget about the circumstances of the loved one’s death, and whether it could have been avoided.read more
- There Are No Minor Auto Accidents
- Pedestrians Rules of the Road
- Left-Hand Turns – Who is Liable?
- Tailgating Causes Accidents
- Establishing Who is at Fault
- Can You Sue for Wrongful Death?
- Phone Apps Are Deadly for Drivers
- The Distracted Driving Debate Heats Up
- When Bad Road Conditions Cause an Accident
- Medical Malpractice and You