3 Most Common Types of Injuries After a Truck Accident
May 22, 2017
Getting into any vehicular accident is horrible news, but the difference between getting into a car wreck and a truck accident can vary greatly, depending on the size and speed of the truck. More mass equals much more damage – damage that often leads to more serious injuries and death. The National Institute of Traffic and Highway Safety notes that about 73 percent of all truck...
Importance of Saving Medical Records After a Work Injury
May 22, 2017
While you know what happened in the accident that caused your work injury and how it affected your life and your health, it’s important to understand that a judge or a jury needs documentation to understand what you know. The reason? They need to see all the records you have saved to get a bigger picture of what transpired and what someone’s negligence might have...
Determining Liability For Big-Rig Accidents
May 21, 2017
One of the worst incidents that can happen on an American highway is when a big, 18-wheel, tractor-trailer gets into a wreck at a high speed rate. Whether it’s the driver losing control and jack-knifing because he was a distracted driver, or a small passenger car caused the accident, it can be difficult determining who is at fault for big-rig wrecks. Since these types of...
13 Do’s and Don’ts For Filing a Car Accident Insurance Claim
May 19, 2017
When you get into a motor vehicle accident, you’re often in a state of shock, dealing with both emotional and physical distress that could cause you to misstep–especially when insurance is involved. Anything you say or do could end up affecting the money you get paid as compensation for an insurance claim. Filing a Car Accident Insurance Claim Do’s & Don’ts Below is a baker’s...
4 Tips on How To Avoid a Wrong-Way Driver
May 18, 2017
Lately it seems as though there are more incidents of cars going the opposite direction on the highways, so it’s incumbent upon ourselves to find ways to avoid wrong-way drivers in order to protect ourselves and our families. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) estimates that about 400 people are killed every year because of wrong-way drivers. We hope cities and states will begin improving...
Volvo’s Plans For Safety After 2020
May 16, 2017
Volvo has almost always been a manufacturer of some of the safest automobiles on the roads in America. But, the Swedish automobile company has taken that reputation and built on it, recently announcing their goal to make death proof cars by 2020. They plan to make their automobiles so safe by 2020, that they would prevent anyone from being killed or seriously injured. Obviously, owning...