What Is the Cause of T-Bone Accidents?

A T-bone car accident occurs when a motor vehicle is hit on its side by the front end of another vehicle. The name refers to the “T” formed when the vehicles collide. Also known as broadside or side-impact collisions, T-bone accidents claim an average of 8,000 lives in this country every year according to the » Read More

What Should I Do if I Experience Migraines after a Car Accident?

Migraines are severe, throbbing headaches that usually occur on one side of the head. They are different from regular headaches you might get from time to time. Migraines are more intense and often require you to find a quiet and dark place to ride out the pain. Although you may experience regular headaches, if you » Read More

What Should I Do if I Am in a Rollover Car Accident?

When it comes to car accidents, only head-on collisions are more dangerous than rollover accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says rollover accidents account for more than a third of all fatalities from vehicular accidents. Rollover accidents are those that cause the vehicle to move off its axis and roll. The vehicle might » Read More