What Is Distracted Driving: You Might Be Surprised!

In the age of mobile technology, we are all trying our best to stay connected at all hours of the day. When traffic causes the commute to work to last an hour (or more!), what else is there to do but use the time to put on your makeup, eat your breakfast, check your phone, . . .

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Hit Pedestrian: Who Has the Right-of-Way?

Businesses and municipalities across the country are spending millions of dollars to construct more “walkable” city environments.  Research shows that people have a growing desire to live in communities with walkable access to work, shops, parks, and restaurants. In an age of ever-increasing distractions inside an automobile – from texting, to cell calls, to the . . .

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Protecting Children in Automobile Collisions

Car wrecks can be especially dangerous for the smallest passengers.  Automobile collisions are one of the leading causes of death among children in the United States. [1]   But with correct use and installation, child safety seats reduce the risk of infant death in car wrecks by 71%, toddler deaths by 54%, and reduce the need . . .

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Dash Cam Footage in a Collision

It has long been common for commercial drivers and common carriers to use dashboard-mounted cameras (or “dash cams”) to document evidence in potential accidents, record interactions with passengers, deter insurance fraud, and collect evidence in the event of a vehicle break-in.  But as individual use of dash cams is on the rise, questions arise over . . .

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Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Insurance & Car Accidents

Why It Is Important To Put Your Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Insurance Carrier On Notice Of Your Accident When you are involved in a car wreck, one of the first things you should do is get the at-fault driver’s (also known as the tortfeasor) insurance information. However, in many instances the at-fault driver may not have enough auto . . .

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