A new study shows that wheelchair-bound pedestrians who get involved in a car accident are more likely to suffer catastrophic injuries or even death. Pedestrian accidents are always serious; most of them result in serious injuries to the … [Read more...] about Wheelchair Users Account for 40% of Pedestrian Accident Fatalities
Tailgating (following too closely behind another vehicle) is illegal and dangerous driving behavior. Tailgating increases the risk of rear-end collisions, which account for over 30% of all traffic accidents. Serious personal injury and property … [Read more...] about Is Tailgating Against the Law? Missouri Rear End Collision Cause by Tailgating
If you have recently been in a car accident, there is a 1 in 3 chance that you were involved in a rear-end collision. Rear-end collisions are the most common type of car accident, accounting for over 30% of all collisions. Surprisingly, most rear-end … [Read more...] about Rear End Collision Statistics
It is a common presumption that the driver of the following car is always at fault, but this is not always the case. Unpredictable road conditions and distractions combine for frequent car accidents. Depending on the circumstances, reaction time to … [Read more...] about Rear End Collision Fault?
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported that about 100,000 off-road vehicular accidents take place every year in the U.S. There are many adventure sport companies, resorts, and recreational one-day tours that offer families the … [Read more...] about ATV Accident Attorney
2007 saw 45 fatalities due to passenger van rollovers – an alarming 73% increase from 2006. Passenger vans are commonly used for transporting children to and from school and private day care centers, senior citizens, and small group transportation. … [Read more...] about Rollover Accident & Van Accidents