Successful merging requires good judgment. Unfortunately, due to negligence, merging accidents are common on many interstate highways. It's no wonder that interstates see a lot of accidents at the points where they merge with other roads. During … [Read more...] about Merging Accident Whose Fault?
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While fractures and broken bones are rarely life threatening, they are extremely painful, can prove to be expensive when it comes to treatment and take a long time to heal. They can lead to temporary and permanent damage and can, at times, lead to … [Read more...] about Common Fractures Resulting from Car Accidents
It is important for drivers to understand how to use roundabouts otherwise accidents can occur. Roundabouts improve traffic flow as they act as speed breakers and prevent accidents on four-way lanes. However, it is important for drivers to understand … [Read more...] about Roundabout Accidents
After a car accident, it is not uncommon to feel some degree of back and neck pain. In most cases, the pain subsides on its own in a few days. If it persists or becomes worse, it may be a sign of serious injury. The jarring movements of the body, … [Read more...] about Facet Joint Injury Car Accident
The most common cause of nerve injury after a car accident is a bulging or herniation of discs that lie between the spinal vertebrae. If the nerve is impacted at the thoracic or cervical level, the pain travels through the neck, shoulder, and to the … [Read more...] about Can a Car Accident Cause Cervical Radiculopathy?
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