How Common are Car Accidents at Intersections?  

Busy intersections can have cars coming and going from four different directions, with some motorists driving straight through the intersection and others turning right or left. The busier the intersection, the greater the risk for an accident. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 40 percent of car accidents in the United » Read More

What Happens if I Cannot Work Because of My Car Accident Injuries?

Car accidents can be physically, emotionally, and financially devastating. Even if the victim and the at-fault driver have insurance, there may be disagreements between the insurers and other delays in getting compensation. This is especially troubling when the victim cannot work because of personal injury. It does not matter if the victim worked part-time, full-time, » Read More

What Do I Need to Know About Wrong-Way Car Accidents?

A wrong-way car accident occurs when a motorist drives in the opposite direction of traffic on a highway, resulting in a serious collision with a vehicle that is traveling in the right direction. Oftentimes, this can cause a high-speed head-on collision. According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHA), up to 400 car accident fatalities are » Read More