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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

What Evidence Should I Collect after a Car Accident? 

According to recent traffic safety reports from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were more than 6,700,000 police-reported car accidents in a single year in the United States. Fortunately, the majority of these accidents did not result in personal injury. Still, nearly five million collisions caused damage to vehicles and other property.  Chances » Read More

How Can I Prove I Have Whiplash from a Car Accident?

Car accidents could cause a variety of injuries that are very painful and debilitating. Whiplash is a commonly diagnosed condition that could affect an accident survivor’s ability to work for a while. Whiplash can make it virtually impossible to turn your head and neck without experiencing a lot of pain.  Some people might miss work » Read More

Can a Car Accident Cause Smoke Inhalation?  

Of the many types of bodily injuries that occur from car accidents, inhalation injuries are among the most difficult to detect and evaluate.  Some people do not even realize they have an inhalation injury right away. But consider the sobering statistic that up to 80 percent of deaths from fires are due to inhalation injuries » Read More

How Are Vehicle Safety Ratings Determined?

For most people, there are few financial transactions more significant than purchasing a new car, except for buying a new house. Whether you are looking for a sports car with all the bells and whistles or a minivan that will meet the needs of your growing family, you want to make sure that the vehicle » Read More

What Are the Risks of Driving on Underinflated Tires?

Part of being a safe and responsible car owner is making sure that your vehicle is well maintained, particularly as we head into the colder winter months. In addition to ensuring that the brakes work, the headlights and taillights are functioning properly, and all the necessary fluids have been topped off, it is crucial that » Read More

What Is Total Loss after a Car Accident?

Getting in a car accident is a stressful situation. There are potential injuries to deal with, but also damage to the vehicle. When the damages are severe enough, your car is deemed totaled, meaning the insurance company believes it is unrepairable and a total loss. After an accident, a driver will file a claim with » Read More

Why Are There More Car Accidents around the Holidays?

Why Are There More Car Accidents around the Holidays?  There are countless reasons to look forward to the holiday season, including spending time with family and friends, shopping for the perfect gifts for the people on your list, attending holiday parties, and maybe even getting to enjoy a white Christmas. However, with all the shoppers » Read More

Am I Liable if a Friend Has an Accident with My Car?

You did a nice gesture and let a friend borrow your car, but something unfortunate happened. They got into a car accident. Not only is your friendship in jeopardy, but also you are left with costly and inconvenient auto repairs, not to mention a likely increase in your car insurance. It is not always easy » Read More