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What if You Witness a Car Accident?

Witnesses are crucial to determining fault in a car accident. If someone witnesses a collision on the roads, they have a responsibility to stay at the scene of the accident and report what you saw to ...
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Drugged Driving: Is It Placing Lives at Risk?

Recently, USA Today reported on a study by the Governors Highway Safety Association which found that drugs are becoming a common factor in fatal car accident. According to the study, about 44 percent ...
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The Classic Signs of Road Rage

While road rage may seem more embarrassing than anything for the driver exhibiting it, the behavior is also a danger for all motorists. An individual’s reckless actions during road rage places ...
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Turning Accidents: Who is at Fault?

It is not always a simple task to identify who is at fault for a car accident. While some collisions are caused by mistakes of all parties involved, many are caused because of the mistake of a single ...
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4 Tips for Driving in the Fog

Driving in the fog is one of the scariest events an unsuspecting driver might face. Fog decreases visibility and significantly decreases a person’s hand-eye-coordination and reaction time to ...
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The Constitutionality of Red Light Cameras

Here's how red-light cameras work: The camera will snap a picture when a vehicle travels into the intersection. It is important to note that it is legal to enter an intersection when the light is ...
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What to Know About the Lemon Law

Is your new vehicle breaking down? Have you spent countless hours and dollars replacing vehicle parts that never should have broken down in the first place? You may have purchased a ...
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4 Reasons Injury Claims Are Denied by Insurers

If you need to file a claim with an auto insurance company, whether it is with your own insurer or that of another driver, you need to be aware of the pitfalls you're facing. Otherwise, you could ...
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Why You Should Invest in Collision Insurance

Car accidents happen all the time. In the U.S., vehicles crash into each other every 5 seconds. But most drivers don't know those figures—most Americans just have insurance because it's ...
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How Speed Affects Your Driving Ability

How We Got Here More than 13,000 people were killed by accidents caused by speeding in 2004 alone. In an National Transportation Safety Board study looking at accidents from 2005 to 2014, researchers ...
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What Is Aggressive Driving?

Let's face it – no one ever wants to actually meet an aggressive driver on the road. In a recent study done by AAA, 90% polled believed that aggressive driving was a danger to their personal ...
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Fatigued Drivers: The Dangers of Yawning Behind the Wheel

Most people are aware of drunken driving accidents and hear about it on the news frequently. What is less well known is that driving drunk is comparable to driving while sleepy or tired. A driver is ...
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Dealing with Insurance After a Car Accident

One of the first things drivers have to do after a car crash is notify the insurance company. Not only do accident victims have to call quickly per their policy terms, but a quick report helps them ...
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The Survivor’s Burden That Your Insurer Doesn’t Account For

The farthest-reaching consequences of car accidents aren't always physical—sometimes they're psychological and emotional. Long after our joints have recovered, our bones have healed, and ...
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How Many Traffic Accidents Are Caused by Tire-Related Issues?

What do a nail, a shard of glass, and an over-inflated tire have in common? They can all cause tire blowouts. Despite the number of hazards that can cause tire issues, many people act as if a flat ...
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Can I Sue a Car Manufacturer When Airbags Fail to Deploy?

When someone purchases a car, there are safety expectations that the purchaser should be able to rely on when he or she gets into a crash. Properly working seatbelts, airbags, and other prevention ...
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Who Is to Blame for Car Accidents Involving Black Ice & Hydroplaning?

The winter season is still ongoing, but many motorists become less cautious once they have driven through unfavorable weather for a few months. As spring is around the corner, snow begins to melt, and ...
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What Will the Safest Cars Be in 2018?

In December 2017, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) released the safest 2018 car and SUV models. These awards highlight the safest up and coming car models that are going to release in ...
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Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Sleep deprivation is a major problem among America's adults. In today's hectic world, millions of Americans are struggling with insomnia, stress-induced sleep disorders, hormone-related ...
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What Not to Do After a Car Accident

In 2015, there were 6,264,000 non-fatal police-reported car accidents in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) – up 7.0% from 2014. In the same ...
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