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- The Do's and Don'ts of Dealing with Insurance Companies After a Car Accident
Insurance companies are not out to protect you. Instead, they want to get away with paying you the least amount possible when you've been injured in a car accident. Learn how an attorney can help you protect your rights.
- What Steps You Should Take if You Have Been Injured in a Car Accident
No one ever thinks they will be the victim of an injury inducing car accident; however, every year over 2 million people are injured in car accidents in the United States. If you are the victim of a car accident, it can be scary and confusing trying to figure out the next steps you should take.
- Why You Need A Car Accident Lawyer
What you may not know after you have been involved in an accident is the it is not only your insurance companies job, but also the job of the responsible party's insurance company to give you the least possible amount of compensation for you property damages, injuries, wage loss, and any other associated expenses. You, like many other may not know the depth of costs the company is liable to cover after an accident. An experienced accident lawyer can help you get the settlement that you deserve.
- Benefits of Onboard Video Systems
Commercial vehicles, such as buses and tractor-trailers, often are equipped with onboard video systems that can be used to analyze circumstances leading up to a crash.
- Tracy Morgan Settles Lawsuit With Walmart
Walmart has reached a settlement agreement with Tracy Morgan in a lawsuit filed by Morgan after a Walmart truck crashed into his limo on the New Jersey Turnpike and left him with a traumatic brain injury (TBI.)
- Truck Drivers Bear Responsibility for Crashes
Earlier this year, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) debuted a new public safety campaign intended to increase enforcement and safety awareness at railroad grade crossings.
- High Speeds Cause Tire Failures
Over the last two decades, highway speed limits have been slowly increasing around the country, particularly in states west of the Mississippi.
- Truck Tires are Not Designed for High Speeds
Tires that are used on tractor-trailers are typically designed to handle a maximum speed of 75 mph.
- Pennsylvania Must Improve Highway Safety
According to a recent report issued by Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety (AHAS), Pennsylvania has a way to go concerning its highway safety enforcement.
- Truck Accidents
As drivers, we are often wary to drive beside a tractor trailer on the road.