After a car accident, you will have many things to worry about. One of those things is whether or not people have been injured. An injured person shouldn’t be moved, unless it is absolutely necessary, so being familiar with some of the common injuries that could happen can help you know what to do if… Read More

Few road accidents are more terrifying than when a train and passenger vehicle collide at a railroad crossing. Any driver involved in one of these accidents could take the blame, as authorities may believe the driver ignored warning lights and signs before they began to cross the tracks. However, negligence by the railroad company also… Read More

When most people think of distracted driving, they usually think about using cell phones. Unfortunately, texting and talking on the phone are not the only means of distraction that lead to serious car accidents. The serious injuries that can result from distracted driving may come from more diverse sources than you thought. If you have… Read More

Back injuries result from a variety of causes. They occur as a result of auto accidents, falls, workplace incidents, and injuries caused by assault or criminal violence. No matter the cause of your back injury, you may find it completely debilitating. You might struggle to continue working and going about your business. Read on to… Read More

A car accident can change your life in a matter of seconds. If you were recently in an accident — no matter how big or small it was — you’ll be better off if you are informed as to how to handle it. If car accidents aren’t handled correctly, you can get in a sticky… Read More

Accidents happen and sometimes drivers have no option but to file a claim with their own insurance company. A no-fault accident or an accident with an underinsured or uninsured driver may make a claim necessary. As a reliable driver and a customer that always pays premiums on time, you may think the insurer will pay… Read More

Due to their lower stability and lack of exterior protection, motorcycles are more dangerous than cars. This danger is particularly true if you find yourself involved in a collision. There were over 5,000 nationwide accidents involving motorcycles in 2016, which was more than a five percent increase from the previous year. In the event of a crash,… Read More

The idea of “Vision Zero” began in major U.S. cities, including Washington, D.C., New York City, and San Francisco. As a traffic accident prevention method, Vision Zero aimed to reduce injuries and fatalities in urban areas. Now suburban areas are also considering the benefits of Vision Zero, according to The Washington Post. Indeed, Vision Zero… Read More