As the weather reaches into the 90s this summer, driving is an attractive way to get out of the house, while still remaining isolated. For many, driving in warm weather brings much joy; however, it also brings some risks. Aside from driving in thunderstorms, the main risk of driving during the daytime in the middle…

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Most folks, when they think of “distracted” driving, think of texting and driving, or using a phone in some way. But distracted driving is a broader term, encompassing a number of different reckless behaviors. One example is “rubbernecking,” the act of staring at something – usually out of morbid curiosity. When it comes to driving,…

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Child car seats and boosters provide much-needed protection for babies and children in car accidents. Yet the majority of car seats are not installed and used properly. This can lead to tragic results in a car crash. For this reason, it is essential to use the right car seat for your child during every trip…

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Drunk drivers, distracted drivers, fatigued drivers, and negligent cause countless car crashes. However, auto accidents also result from medical emergencies, and this type of vehicle collision occurs a lot more often than most people think. But who is to blame for causing the car crash if it resulted from a medical emergency? Is the driver,…

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If you’re anything like us, you fully expected to have flying cars and jet packs by now. As it turns out, the way of the future won’t be modeled after The Jetsons, after all; instead, companies producing self-driving cars will be moving us forward. Several studies show that most auto accidents result from mistakes made…

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Feeling bewildered right after being hit in a car accident is a very common feeling. You’re in shock that it just happened and your mind probably isn’t going to immediately start categorizing all of the things that you need to say or do to protect yourself for what’s to come months down the road. Even…

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Auto accidents can cause serious injuries to both passengers and drivers. When an accident wasn’t your fault, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries and property damage. However, many car accident victims suffer another type of injury that isn’t immediately visible. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can cause a multitude of emotional issues,…

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Car insurance companies often use the term “low impact” when describing car accidents that happened at a low speed, or resulted in little to no property damage. However, if you’ve been involved in an accident like this, you may already know that “low impact” doesn’t necessarily mean “low injury.” Unfortunately, insurance companies and adjusters nearly…

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Hitting a pothole is almost unavoidable, especially after storm season. Roads eventually wear down, creating large holes with sharp edges. As much as you try to avoid the pothole, there a times when you just can’t. If you’re lucky, the tire can ride over the pothole without causing any damage. If you’re not lucky, a…

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