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- Shedding Light on Vehicle ‘Bright’ Laws in Michigan
High beam lights, better known as brights, are an important safety feature in every car. When driving in the dark on a remote or poorly lit road, activating your brights can increase your visibility by up to three times. But while brights make navigating the road safer for you, they can actually have a reverse effect on other drivers when used improperly, causing blurred vision and increasing their risk of being involved in a motor vehicle accident.
- You’re Going the Wrong Way! - Why Wrong Way Driving Happens
While cities and states should obviously work to improve signs and barriers around any areas that have been a problem site for wrong way accidents, it seems clear that the best way to stop wrong way accidents is to stop drunk driving.
- NY Car Accidents and Insurance: News You Can Use
If you are like most people in New York, car accidents leave you wondering what to do. In addition to obtaining prompt and effective medical care if you have been injured, you will need to deal with your insurance company. Unfortunately, this can turn even a minor fender bender into a major challenge and require you to spend significant time to get the benefits you thought you had paid for with your insurance premiums.
- Distracted Driving: A Serious Problem in New York
Did you know that according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 15 people die per day in the United States in car accidents that involve distracted driving? Moreover, another 1,200 people are injured on a daily basis.
- Are Radar Detectors Illegal in My State?
Designed to alert drivers when a radar gun is being deployed in their area, radar detectors help protect drivers from getting pulled over, and consequently, getting a speeding ticket. In some cases, this gives drivers the confidence to drive faster than the speed limit allows. Since radar detectors make drivers feel they’re above (or faster than) the law, they’re quite controversial. Their morality and legality have been debated for many years, and they remain a divisive issue today.
- Dash Cams Provide Essential Evidence in Truck Accident Cases
Based on the valuable evidence dash cams have provided in recent years, it’s interesting that more vehicles don’t have them. Because they’re a relatively new phenomenon, there are no US laws regulating dash cams, and while many commercial truckers use them, it’s not required.
- What is PIP Car Insurance and How Does it Work
A detailed explanation on U.S P1P type insurance coverage and some of the areas that this type of insurance policy covers in the event of an auto accident.
- Preserving Evidence after a Motorcycle Accident
Just because a motorcyclist is injured or sustains property damage due to someone else’s negligence and thinks he’s entitled to recover, it doesn’t mean that he will. The injured party must prove his case whether in the early stages of the claim or ultimately at trial. If you’re not careful, some things can slip through the cracks.
- The High Cost of Being Injured in San Francisco
The cost of medical care rendered to seriously injured accident victims in San Francisco is tremendous, especially given the high cost of treatment at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH), to which seriously injured patients are brought by ambulance, and the fact that SFGH and its physician group balance bill the patient for whatever their insurance does not cover.
- Do Compact Cars Cause More Injuries When Involved in an Auto Accident?
Ultra compact cars – often called minis – have increased in popularity in recent years, in large part due to their relatively inexpensive price tag and high fuel efficiency. Unfortunately, many of the smallest cars sold in America are also some of the most dangerous and the most likely to result in serious injuries and deaths in an auto accident.