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A car smashed between two walls
Besides high medical bills, pain, and suffering, car accidents have long-term impacts on your overall quality of life. Physical and psychological injuries can take the form of severe health conditions that may affect your overall wellbeing and make simple everyday activities a challenge. Right after being injured in a car crash, reach out to a...
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A person with PTSD sitting on a chair
Motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of post-traumatic stress disorder in the general population. If you’ve been in a car accident, you may have felt many things, including shock, denial, anger, nervousness, fear, or guilt. Forgetting about the incident can also seem impossible since you may feel like you can’t stop thinking about...
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A person wearing a seat belt in a car
Truck accidents can be quite devastating; even if you feel confident driving next to the heavy-duty vehicle on the road, you can never be too sure about your safety. Frequently, when a smaller vehicle collides with a truck, the result can be more gruesome than when two smaller vehicles crash. One driver’s negligence can lead...
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Fire fighters controlling fire caused by a left-turn crash
Left-turn crashes are some of the most gruesome accidents to occur on the road. When you’re behind the wheel, it may feel like everything is under control. But a moment of distraction can lead to a lifetime of regret. Even the most experienced drivers are super cautious while making left turns because they’re aware of...
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Construction barriers on a road to prevent a car accident
In any auto accident, if a claim for compensation is filed; part of the legal process is determining who’s liable for the accident. Ideally, if there’s construction on the road, precautions taken by the local government agency, the construction company and the driver should work together to prevent an accident. However, if an accident occurs,...
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Tactics Used By Insurance Companies
Insurance company adjusters are trained to negotiate a claim and exploit every inconsistency in the case.
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Construction Zone Car Accidents — Who Is Responsible?
A routine drive can abruptly turn into a hazardous situation when you come upon a construction zone. Expressways, highways, and major traffic areas regularly undergo construction for either repairs or upgrades. Due to the addition of construction cones, construction material and machinery, traffic congestion, and other hurdles on the road caused by the construction, the...
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Truck Accidents Vs. Car Accidents — Comparing Lawsuit Processes
Over the past several years, the number of car accidents involving large trucks has continued to increase in the United States. According to the latest report from the United States Department of Transportation, almost 5000 fatal crashes occurred involving buses and large trucks in 2017. This was an 8% increase from 2016. A typical auto...
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Simple Tips for Defensive Drivers to Avoid Road Rage
Road rage is a common problem in the United States and is responsible for many car accidents. According to a 2019 survey, 82% of drivers admit to having road rage or have driven aggressively at least one time in the past year. Road rage can manifest in various ways. From honking to changing lanes without signaling,...
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Why You Should Never Ignore Minor Aches and Pains After a Car Accident
  Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of injury in the United States. While some fortunate car accident victims remain unscathed after crashes, most people are not that lucky and sustain minor to severe injuries. But not every car accident victim injured in a crash immediately feel pain. In many instances, they fail to understand...
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