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Drunk Driving Prevention Tips for Concerned Parents

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), car accidents are the number one cause of death among teenagers. Unfortunately, many of these fatal accidents are the result of drunk driving, and the number of teens who are experimenting with drugs and alcohol continues to grow. When you combine underage alcohol consumption with » Read More

Wrong Way Accidents Can be Deadly  

Wrong way accidents occur when a motorist who is driving his or her car in the wrong direction crashes into another vehicle. As you might imagine, these accidents can be extremely devastating, because they often result in head-on collisions. According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHA), wrong way accidents cause up to 400 fatalities each » Read More

New Car Seat Recommendations  

Car seats are meant to keep your most precious cargo safe and unharmed in the event of a car accident. There are a wide variety of brands and styles, from rear-facing infant seats to booster seats that are secured with the vehicle’s seat belt. There are also specific recommendations based on the height, weight, and » Read More

IIHS Recognizes the Benefits of Tesla Autopilot

For years, Tesla has been touting the benefits of its Autopilot technology, and the safety features that it offers consumers. Tesla also claims that this technology can reduce insurance rates by preventing the number of accidents that occur. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently acknowledged the benefits of Tesla Autopilot’s crash avoidance features, » Read More

Golf Carts Pose Serious Safety Risk to Children  

When you think about who the typical passenger of a golf cart is likely to be, you probably picture an older man or woman, dressed in golf attire, heading out to enjoy a few rounds on the links. However, these vehicles are becoming more popular, and not just for retirees or avid golfers. According to » Read More

Internal Injuries Caused by Car Accidents  

Some of the most common types of car accident injuries are the ones you can see, like cuts and lacerations, bruises, broken bones, and amputations. However, the extreme impact of a car accident can also cause massive internal injuries, particularly if the vehicles were travelling at a high speed. Because these injuries are not always » Read More

Importance of Responding to a Vehicle Recall

In 2017, there were over 30 million automobile recalls involving defective parts. When a company issues a recall, they must notify their customers so that they can take the necessary steps to have the product either repaired or replaced. It is then up to the consumer to make those arrangements. If a motorist fails to » Read More

Compensation Options for Injured Passengers

Car accidents are an unfortunate reality that continue to cause significant property damage and often-serious injuries to those involved. If a driver is injured, he or she must be able to prove who caused the accident before filing an accident claim. However, if a passenger is injured, it is much easier for him or her » Read More

Bike Activists in Baltimore Fight to Keep Bike Lane

Bike activists and firefighters have been engaged in an ongoing battle over the bike lane in the Canton section of Baltimore. According to an article in the Baltimore Sun, bike activists have sued the city in order to prevent the transportation department from removing the bike lane. Firefighters claim that the bike lane poses a » Read More

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