Slip and Fall Claims FAQ
Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere, at any time. Sometimes, the person can simply dust themselves off and walk away. Other times, however, the person can be seriously injured.
Winter Driving Tips to Prevent an Auto Accident
We think it’s pretty safe to say that no one enjoys driving in the winter. The snow, ice, and sleet make for dangerously slippery road conditions and poor visibility. On top of that, there are more drivers on the road thanks to holiday preparations and travel. Together, these factors increase the likelihood that you and your family will experience a car accident.
Understanding the Types of Car Insurance Coverage
Car insurance is a necessary evil: it can be frustrating to pay insurance premiums every month, but you’ll be glad you have insurance in the event of a car accident.
The Dangers of Summer Driving
Did you know that the months of July and August are the deadliest months of the year for car accidents?
Watch out for These Hazardous Summer Activities
When you think of summer, you probably picture long, hot days filled with relaxation and fun activities. You probably don’t imagine nerve-wracking trips to the emergency room.
Why You Should Get an Attorney If You’re Injured in a Car Accident
Being involved in a car accident is a scary, stressful event. One minute, you’re driving, and the next minute, your car is damaged, and you may be injured.
Nationwide Driving Deaths on the Rise after Years of Decline
In 1972, driving deaths in the U.S. reached an all-time high of 54,589. Recognizing this as a public health crisis, the U.S. government—along with newly created non-profit organizations—worked to reduce the death toll. Campaigns advocated for the installation and use of seat belts and air bags, warned drivers of the dangers of drinking and driving, and pushed states to improve their road infrastructure. As a result, traffic deaths fell around 40 percent by 2010, to 32,999.