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- Seeking Compensation for Motorcycle Accidents
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to experience a fatal accident than car drivers.
- Dos and Doníts after a Car Accident
While car accidents are often traumatic events, the things that people do and donít do immediately after a collision often have a dramatic impact on the outcome of their car accident claim. Here are a few things to do and not to do after a car accident to keep in mind if involved in a car accident.
- What Are Georgia's Booster Seat Laws?
Parents all know that if they plan to drive their child, they will need a car seat. To help keep our children safe while in a vehicle, there are laws all parents should be familiar with.
- What to Do After a Truck or Auto Accident
If you have been involved in an accident with a semi-truck or other commercial vehicle, you may be confused and have questions regarding how and why your accident occurred and whether you will be able to recover.
- Safety Concerns for Motorcyclists
It has been said that seatbelts save lives in car accidents. The same can be said for wearing helmets while operating a motorcycle.
- New Vehicle Designs Reduce Fatal Car Accidents
Sleek lines and bold new designs attract shoppers to the newest and sometimes fastest automobiles of the year.
- Review of New Jersey Turnpike Winter Weather Preparations
In response to multi-vehicle accidents involving 40 cars on the New Jersey Turnpike on February 9, 2015, State Transportation Commissioner and chairman of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, Jamie Fox, has ordered a review of the turnpikeís winter weather preparation operations.
- New Jersey Drivers Continue to Take Unnecessary Driving Risks
Recently released statistics from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reveal that one in five drivers has been seriously injured or killed as a result of a motor vehicle collision.
- Goal of Zero Fatal Car Accidents
Car accident fatalities are on the decline, dropping 40% since their peak in 1972.
- The Possibility of Zero Fatality Roads
Each year thousands of individuals are killed in car and truck collisions throughout the United States. Policymakers, automobile manufacturers and advocacy groups are working together to reduce those numbers with the ultimate goal of zero fatality roads. According to some experts, that goal may be closer than ever.