If you own a car, you’ve probably loaned it to a friend or family member on occasion. Most of the time, your car is returned to you in good condition. What happens, though, when your car is involved in an accident while it was being driven by another person?read more
Passenger car and SUV drivers share roads and expressways with commercial trucks of all shapes and
sizes. Driving among all those huge vehicles can be a dangerous situation. The following tips can help
you avoid truck
Car accidents happen every day, and sadly, many of them are avoidable. You can help safeguard yourself, your family, and your vehicle by being aware of the most common causes of car accidents and knowing how you can avoid them.read more
If you’ve been the unfortunate victim of medical malpractice or medical negligence, your first instinct might be to hold the hospital or physician who treated you solely accountable, which might prompt you to file a medical malpractice lawsuit.read more
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
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- Pedestrians Rules of the Road
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- Establishing Who is at Fault
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