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Monthly Archives: August 2022

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What To Do After A Multi-Car Pile-Up

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A multi-vehicle collision occurs when more than two vehicles are involved in a crash. Unfortunately, these kinds of accidents occur quite often and tend to be more complex to resolve than other types of car accident cases. For instance, since multi-car pile-ups usually result from a chain reaction, there are almost always multiple parties… Read More »

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Motorcycle Accidents In Intersections

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Motorcycle accidents, like any other type of vehicle collision, can occur just about anywhere: on the freeway, in parking lots, and on rural highways. Some of the most common places for motorcycle accidents, however, are actually intersections. Unfortunately, the accidents that occur in intersections also tend to be more dangerous, especially for the rider,… Read More »

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How Long Does It Take To Settle A Truck Accident Case?

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A collision between two passenger vehicles can be a harrowing experience. A crash involving a massive commercial vehicle and a passenger car can, however, be both a terrifying and potentially catastrophic experience. If the driver of the smaller car wasn’t at fault, then he or she could be entitled to compensation from the trucking… Read More »

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Someone Hit My Parked Car – What Are My Options?

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Not all car accidents occur when both parties are actually occupying their vehicles. In fact, a surprising number of collisions involve one driver striking a parked car. Unfortunately, if the driver doesn’t stop and leave his or her information, then the owner of the struck vehicle could find him or herself with a damaged… Read More »

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Unladen Trucks Are Still Dangerous

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Most people know the dangers of fully loaded semi-trucks, which can weigh upwards of 80,000 pounds. Furthermore, the cargo these trucks carry is often dangerous, which is only one of the reasons why trucking accidents tend to be so devastating. It surprises many drivers, however, to learn that an empty, or unladen truck can… Read More »

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A Few Back-To-School Safety Tips

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As the summer months come to an end, parents should start preparing themselves to send their children back to school. Besides buying school supplies and meeting the new teacher, this could also require taking steps to help prevent car and pedestrian accidents in the coming months. Whether your child walks to school, takes the… Read More »

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Signs That Your Auto Insurer Could Be Acting In Bad Faith

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When a motorist is injured in a car accident, he or she will likely need some sort of insurance coverage to pay for medical bills, property damage, and lost wages. In Florida, this coverage almost always comes from an injured party’s own PIP insurance provider, regardless of who actually caused the accident. Unfortunately, insurance… Read More »

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How Data From A Semi-Truck’s Black Box Could Affect Your Claim

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Most commercial vehicles are equipped with Event Data Recorders (EDRs), which are more commonly known as black boxes. These devices are integrated with a vehicle’s engine components and are designed to record a stream of data regarding the truck’s operations. This data can provide information that is crucial to determining the cause of a… Read More »

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