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What Can I Do to Avoid Reckless Driving Accidents Caused by Others?

Posted on : January 21, 2020
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The severity of reckless driving accidents tends to be greater than collisions without reckless components. Often, these accidents are fatal. Take steps to reduce your risk with these tips and learn what you should do if you’re involved in an accident despite your best efforts.  Understand What Makes Driving Behavior “Reckless” There are generally two […]

What Types of Distracted Driving Causes Accidents?

Posted on : December 30, 2019
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Texting and driving is not the only distraction on the road. There are other categories that distractions can fall into. It’s important to be aware of each and how to mitigate them when you’re behind the wheel. Here’s how to reduce distractions while driving and what to do if you or someone you love were […]

What Are Teen Motor Vehicle Accidents Caused By?

Posted on : November 30, 2019
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Motor vehicle accidents are a common cause of death among teenagers. Especially those learning how to drive. Here’s what you should know about factors that contribute to fatal teen car crashes and how to get help if your child was injured in a collision. Driving Distracted Teens are more susceptible to distracted driving, especially when […]

Can You Take Action to Stop a Rear-End Collision Before It Happens?

Posted on : October 28, 2019
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One of the most common types of car accidents is a rear-end collision. Prevention is important; follow these tips to reduce your risk of being involved in a rear-end crash and what steps you need to take if you or a loved one were harmed in this type of motor vehicle accident. Prevention Tips for […]

What Can I Expect to Be Asked at a Car Accident Deposition?

Posted on : September 28, 2019
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If you were involved in a car accident and a subsequent lawsuit (whether you were the person who brought the lawsuit forward or not), you can expect to be required to undergo what is called a deposition. A deposition is essentially an “interview” or question-and-answer-session where you recount your version of events under oath and […]