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Liability Issues in Bicycle and Car Accidents

Collisions between bicycles and cars can take place at any time, including in parking lots and other low-speed areas. However, there are multiple scenarios on public roads that lead to accidents between cyclists and drivers. These types of incidents most frequently happen in the following ways: The car is turning right. Most cyclists ride at » Read More


Car Accident-Related Brain Injuries

From minor fender benders to serious, multi-vehicle collisions, car accidents happen every day on highways, local roads, and residential streets across the country. Depending on the nature of the accident, injuries can range from minor cuts and scrapes to broken bones and traumatic brain injuries. Some of the most common types of car accident injuries » Read More


Advanced Vehicle Technology Can Detect and Evade Pedestrians

Thanks to the advanced safety technology available in today’s cars, more and more vehicles are equipped with accident avoidance technology like automatic emergency braking and lane departure warnings. Another example of an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) that is currently being tested is pedestrian detection and avoidance. To aid with testing these systems, AB Dynamics » Read More


Important Information to Collect After a Car Accident

Car accidents range in severity from minor fender benders to devastating head-on collisions that involve serious injuries and fatalities. Because car accidents happen when you least expect it, they can be extremely stressful, particularly when the crash caused significant property damage and injuries. Oftentimes, the people involved in the accident are unsure about what to » Read More


An Important Reminder to Put the Phone Away When Driving

In this day and age, it is no secret that texting while driving can have devastating consequences. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), it takes approximately five seconds to send or read a text, which is equivalent to driving the length of a football field, at 55 mph, blindfolded. As tempting as » Read More


How Many Car Accidents are Caused by Texting and Driving?

In 2016, 3,450 people were killed in motor vehicle accidents involving drivers who were texting during or just before the crash. Nearly 400,000 people were injured in such accidents. Distracted driving is on a par with drunk driving when it comes to causing automobiles fatalities and injuries. Those between the ages of 16 and 20, » Read More


Subaru to Recall Over One Million Vehicles

In 2018, the Subaru Impreza was named the safest car, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The Subaru Outback was ranked in second place. Recently, however, the automaker shared plans to recall 1.3 million vehicles in the United States. In certain Subaru cars and SUVs, the brake light failed to illuminate, even » Read More


Who Is Liable When My Car is Struck by Something?

You are driving down the highway outside of Baltimore when it happens: A tire flies off the truck in front of you, striking the side of your car. Thankfully, you avoid colliding with the vehicles around you. But when you get the opportunity to stop and examine your car, you notice part of your hood » Read More


Opioid Use & Car Accidents

Opioid abusers are found in every walk of life. That are also found driving on many of this country’s roads and highways. More and more deadly car accidents across the United States are caused by drivers that are misusing these drugs, either with or without prescriptions. Recent Published Studies Accident Analysis and Prevention recently published » Read More


Spike in Opioid-Related Car Accidents  

Researchers from the Center for Injury Epidemiology at Columbia University Medical Center have discovered yet another devastating effect that the ongoing opioid epidemic is having on people across the country. In addition to the tragic cases of addiction, overdoses, and fatalities associated with opioid painkillers, a recent study shows that opioids have caused a significant » Read More