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Is My Vehicle Ready for the Summer?

The 100 Deadliest Days of Summer are well underway, the beaches are open to the public, and many of the COVID-related restrictions are slowly being lifted. After months of strict social distancing, people are ready to get out of the house, see friends and family, and enjoy the warm weather. Whether that means taking a » Read More


Who is Liable for an Accident Caused by Poor Road Conditions?

Every driver who has hit a pothole on the road knows that it can cause damage to their vehicle, including flat tires, bent wheel rims, and alignment issues. Potholes are just one example of poor road conditions that can cause car accidents. Other examples include wet, icy, or snowy roads caused by weather; construction zones; » Read More


Does Car Size Determine Safety on the Road?

Today’s vehicles are safer than ever thanks to the wide range of advanced safety features that are equipped in new vehicles. From blind spot detection and lane departure warnings to emergency brake assist and rollover prevention technology, these safety features can help prevent accidents from happening, or make the collision less severe. From luxury SUVs » Read More


Why are Pedestrian Fatalities Increasing?

Today’s motor vehicles are safer than ever thanks to advanced safety technology, such as blind-spot detection, lane-departure warning, and emergency brake assist. However, despite the improvements to vehicle safety, in 2019, the number of pedestrian fatalities was the highest it had been in over 30 years. Not since 1988 has there been more pedestrians killed » Read More


Can Later Start Times for School Improve Safety?

A study published in the Journal of Clinical of Sleep Medicine suggests that later start times for school can improve safety for teen drivers. Based on this study, researchers at the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) recommend pushing middle and high school start times back to 8:30 a.m. or later. According to the AASM, » Read More


Can Self-Driving Cars Differentiate Between an Object and a Projected Image?

Self-driving vehicle technology has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years. However, like any new technology, it has flaws that were discovered recently that have people concerned for their safety. Researchers from Ben-Gurion University in Israel discovered that semi-autonomous and fully autonomous vehicles could be tricked into stopping by projecting an image of an » Read More


Why Should I Hire a Lawyer for My Motorcycle Accident?

For some people, there is no better mode of transportation than a motorcycle. However, there is no denying that motorcycles are not nearly as safe if they are involved in a traffic accident. Unlike a car or truck, a motorcycle has no physical exterior that protects riders from the impact of an accident. As a » Read More


Traumatic Brain Injuries Caused by Car Accidents

Car accidents can cause a range of injuries, from minor scratches and abrasions to broken bones, internal bleeding, and amputations. If the force of the impact causes the victims to hit their head, they may suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI). These injuries can require extensive medical treatment, or even long-term care if the injury » Read More


What are the Top Causes of Vehicle Fires?

Vehicle fires are more common than you might think. More than 170,000 highway vehicle fires occur each year in the United States, which accounts to over 19 fires every hour. Although other types of fires are more common, vehicle fires are more likely to cause fatalities. Understanding the common causes of vehicle fires can help » Read More


Should Wearing Helmets Be Optional in Maryland?

There are many reasons why people choose to ride a motorcycle. However, the major disadvantage to riding a motorcycle is the risk of an accident. Unlike a car or truck, there is nothing protecting the motorcycle rider from the impact of the accident. The only protection that riders have is their helmet, which can help » Read More