Last year, over 25,000 Americans were killed in a car accident, leaving behind loved ones whose lives are forever changed. When we kiss a loved one goodbye each day, we don’t think about the possibility of it being a last kiss, but unfortunately for … [Read more...] about How Do You Compensate for the Loss of Companionship?
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Do black boxes provide a means for accident victims to receive justice or do they pose a threat to privacy? Black boxes have been used on airplanes for decades. They are in place to record specific data from a flight in the event of an accident. … [Read more...] about The Black Box Battle and How it May Affect Car Accident Claims
Driver's of emergency vehicles have an obligation to drive safely. Drivers know that they are supposed to yield to all emergency vehicles that are operating with their lights and sirens. While we may think that they rule the road, the truth is they … [Read more...] about Accidents Involving Reckless Emergency Vehicles
It is important to take all factors into consideration when determining a fair settlement amount. DO NOT settle too quickly. Consult with an attorney. Once the dust settles after a car accident and your wounds begin to heal, the bills start to … [Read more...] about Reaching a Fair Settlement Amount
Motorcycles makeup about 3% of all vehicles registered in the United States and yet they are involved in at least 11% of all roadway accidents. The design of a motorcycle places them at higher risk for an accident and its driver at higher risk to … [Read more...] about Catastrophic Injuries Common in Motorcycle Accidents
Drivers and passengers involved in low speed crashes may experience injury even if their car was not severely damaged. Have you ever watched a NASCAR race when there is a crash and wondered how the driver can get up and walk away when his car has … [Read more...] about Vehicle Damage in Relation to Bodily Damage