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Knowing what to do after a car accident can save victims thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical treatment. Insurance policies help ensure that injuries resulting from negligent drivers are paid for, but if you don’t have the evidence to prove it, the insurance company is not going to pay. After a […]Read Full
Do I have to give a statement? After an accident, you are not legally required to give a statement to the other driver’s insurance company and your claim cannot be denied because you declined to do so. However, under the terms of your own auto insurance policy, you may be required to submit a statement […]Read Full
For many, driving is a big part of becoming an adult. And for all, it is a huge responsibility. Cars can be very dangerous, so keep the following in mind whenever you get behind the wheel of a moving vehicle: Don’t drink and drive; Put down your phone; and Always drive the legal speed limit. […]Read Full
A new driving danger has been associated with a phone app frequently used by many teenagers and children. The popular phone app Snapchat is being blamed for a catastrophic auto accident in which a man suffered permanent brain damage. Driving and handling a smartphone, in any way, can be a dangerous combination. Now the […]Read Full
According to the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA), rear-end collisions account for only 6% of fatal automobile crashes. However, they account for 28% of all automobile accidents, making them one of the most frequent types of automobile accidents in the United States. Rear-end collisions in which the vehicle in front is stopping or moving very […]Read Full