Car Accidents Caused by Heavy Rain

Most people try to avoid driving when the weather forecast calls for snow or freezing rain, because the road conditions can become extremely hazardous. However, most drivers do not consider the fact that rain can also cause dangerous driving conditions. Wet, slippery roads and poor visibility can cause serious car accidents involving severe injuries. If » Read More

Drunk Driving on College Campuses

Drunk driving continues to be a serious problem in the United States, despite the ongoing efforts of law enforcement, public health officials, and groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Too many innocent lives are lost, simply because someone made the irresponsible and reckless decision to get behind the wheel of a car while intoxicated. » Read More

Car Accidents Involving Uninsured Motorists  

Getting into a car accident is stressful and aggravating, even when both motorists involved have insurance and follow all the recommended steps that people should take after an accident. However, when one of the drivers does not have automobile insurance, this can make the situation a bit more complicated, particularly if the driver who caused » Read More

How to Keep Your Most Precious Cargo Safe and Secure

You might be surprised to know that the leading cause of death among children is not illness or drowning. More children die in car accidents than any other accidents, including drowning, poisoning, and burns. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 58 percent of fatal, accidental injuries to children are caused by » Read More

Recovering Compensation in Rental Car Accidents

Car accidents are an unfortunate reality, but when a rental car is involved in the crash, it can make an already stressful situation a bit more complicated. Determining who is responsible for paying damages depends on a number of factors, including whether you were driving the rental car, or were struck by another motorist who » Read More

Understanding the Dangers of Speeding

Speeding is one of the most common causes of car accidents. In fact, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), speeding was responsible for over 10,000 fatalities in 2016 alone. It can be tempting to exceed the speed limit, particularly when you are running late, or are in a rush to get somewhere. » Read More

Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents

During the warm weather months, more pedestrians are out and about in cities and neighborhoods across the country. Walking is an excellent form of exercise that people of all ages can enjoy. Unfortunately, it is not always as safe as you might think. In fact, more than 4,000 pedestrians are killed each year in car » Read More

Hundreds of Defective Guardrails to be Removed

Guardrail safety barriers are meant to protect motorists who have veered off the road. While factors like the size of the vehicle and the speed at which the car was traveling can make an accident unavoidable, guardrails are intended to protect drivers and reduce the severity of a crash. The Maryland Department of Transportation State » Read More

Scooter Guidelines

Scooters are popping up on city streets across the country as another car-free, sustainable mode of transportation that residents can use to get to work, to run errands, or simply to take a ride through the city. In response to the rising number of electric scooters and dockless bikeshares, the National Association of City Transportation » Read More