When it comes to personal injury, there are a lot of popular myths. Understanding the truth versus the misconception can better prepare you to fully utilize the laws and options available to you or a loved one in the event of a personal injury. Don’t miss out on the justice you deserve! [Read more…] about Four Myths You Need to Know About Workplace Personal Injury
There are several things you shouldn’t do when behind the wheel of a vehicle like text a friend back, speed well beyond the posted speed limit, consume alcohol—and drive blindfolded. While it might be obvious to you and other experienced drivers that these are all considered to be risky behaviors that can lead to a car accident occurring, it may not be as obvious to a teenager who is just learning how to drive or has only been driving for a short period of time. [Read more…] about Teen Crashes Car While Attempting to Complete Bird Box Challenge
A minor fender bender is a “low-speed accident that involves a car’s fender or bumper” that generally results in the vehicle sustaining little to no damage. [Source: Esurance]. Now, although many individuals, especially those who cause a collision, believe that just because an accident is considered to be a “minor” one, there is no chance the driver of the vehicle they hit could sustain an injury, however, that is not entirely accurate. The truth is, it is possible for a motorist to suffer an injury in a fender bender, even when there isn’t must damage shown on the vehicle. [Read more…] about Can a Minor Fender Bender Result in Injuries?
As Catherine Dunbar, 93, was making her way through the Sam’s Club parking lot located on Youree Drive in Shreveport, she was struck by a vehicle. KTBS reported that Dunbar was in a wheelchair at the time when Princeston Adams, 19, backed up out of a parking space and hit Dunbar. When medics arrived, they transported the woman to Willis-Knighton Pierremont Health Center but after a few days, she succumbed to her injuries. [Read more…] about 93-Year-Old Dies After Suffering Injuries in Parking Lot Wreck
You were just involved in a car accident and the police officer who arrived at the scene didn’t issue a ticket to either driver. Aside from that, they also didn’t assign fault in the wreck. So, what happens now? Will your insurer assume you played a role in causing the accident? Will both you and the other motorist be held partially responsible for causing the accident? If this is the situation you are currently dealing with and are now seeking answers to the questions we have presented above, then read on as will explain what you can expect to happen and the options you have.
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Did you know that “each year, 24% of weather-related vehicle crashes occur on snowy, slushy, or icy pavement” [Source: U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration]? Were you aware that “every year, 900 people are killed and nearly 76,000 people are injured in vehicle crashes during snowfall or sleet?” Because of the various types of weather conditions the winter months and those leading up to it bring, motorists need to be aware that this time of year is one of the more dangerous times to be driving. The fact is, there is an increased chance that your vehicle could spin out of control, either because of the slippery conditions that are present or you happened to have driven over an area where black ice formed. And the last thing any driver wants is to lose control of their car or truck and crash into someone else. [Read more…] about Why Does Driving Become More Dangerous During the Winter Months?