The start of the new school year is almost here, which means more vehicles on the road near and in school zones. Additionally, you may encounter student drivers who have little to no driving experience. All of this means that there is a greater potential for car accidents. That is especially true when you are[…] Read More
Month: August 2022
Do Inflatable Seat Belts Help Prevent Car Accident Injuries?
Inflatable seat belts have become increasingly popular for motorists and their families across the country. Combining airbags and vehicle seat belts into one high-tech package, inflatable seat belts can seemingly offer adult passengers an additional level of protection in the event of a car accident. However, it is also important to know the risks inflatable[…] Read More
I Fell at the Gym. Who Is Liable?
Going to the gym is a great way to stay active and healthy. No one expects to get hurt while working out. Yet, slip and fall accidents at the gym are more common than you might think. Hundreds of thousands of people are injured every year while exercising, with many of these injuries happening at[…] Read More
Observe National Traffic Awareness Month This August
You can improve your driving skills during National Traffic Awareness Month. Freshening up on your driving skills can help you avoid a car accident, and it can save lives. This is critical because car accidents, unfortunately, are common occurrences in the United States. You should always learn about ways you can become a safer driver.[…] Read More
Do I Need a Witness for My Car Accident Case?
When a car accident happens, fault might not be clear. Even worse, that driver might lie about the cause and try to blame you. A witness might tip the scales of justice in your favor. However, you do not always need a witness in a car accident case. Having a witness can be helpful when[…] Read More