Monthly Archives: August, 2013

How Can You Assess Liability in a Motorcycle Accident?

Motorcycles can make for dangerous driving ― but not always because of the motorcyclists themselves. Frequently, other drivers pose a major risk to a motorcyclist. Since motorcycle accidents often result in injury or even death, it is important to assess liability. Whether an injured motorcyclist can recover damages for pain, suffering, loss of work or …

Five Ways to Cycle Safer

In 2011, fully 48,000 cyclists were injured in collisions with motor vehicles in the United States. That substantial number does not include the nearly 700 fatalities. Bikes and cars sharing the road have an inherently dangerous relationship. What can cyclists do to protect themselves? Do not drink and bike. More than one-fourth of the cyclists …

What Makes Trucks More Dangerous Than Cars?

Large truck crashes used to be a constant feature of American highways. Those numbers have generally declined over the last 30 years, though not uniformly. In 2010, for instance, fatalities in large truck crashes increased by almost nine percent over the year before, an increase seen not only in the occupants of the trucks themselves …

The Top Ten Things to Do After a Car Accident

If you have just been in a car accident, you will definitely be shaken up. Nevertheless, there are certain steps you must take to protect the evidence and collect the maximum amount possible for your damages. Keep calm.  If you get out of the car and blurt out, “I’m sorry, I just didn’t see you,” …

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