Tips to Avoiding Truck Accidents

When the average car suddenly meets an 18-wheeler weighing as much as 80,000 pounds and traveling at a speed of 60 miles per hour, enormous damage and injury are inevitable. Due to their enormous size and weight, semi-trucks can cause dangerous accidents, resulting in catastrophic injuries or fatalities. As a responsible motorist, there are a … Continue reading Tips to Avoiding Truck Accidents

The Top Contributing Factors in Boating Accidents & Deaths

While the summer’s busiest boating months may be coming to an end, it is important to remain vigilant in avoiding dangerous boating accidents. In 2018, boating accidents from September through January accounted for about 20% of the total accidents that year. When reviewing the primary contributing factors of boating accidents, almost all were avoidable with … Continue reading The Top Contributing Factors in Boating Accidents & Deaths

Firearm Fatalities

After medical- and automotive-related incidents, gun-related fatalities round out the top three causes of death in the US according to the Center for Disease Control. Gun use has become so prevalent in fact that in a 2012 article from Bloomberg, it was reported that “by 2015, firearm fatalities will probably exceed traffic fatalities for the … Continue reading Firearm Fatalities

In Case of Emergency

In the chaos of a car accident, you can be incapacitated, incoherent, or otherwise kept from contacting your emergency contacts. It is obviously important to notify loved ones of your condition and location in the event of a car accident or other emergency, but when incapacitated, it is impossible to do so. In order to … Continue reading In Case of Emergency

What could my case be worth?

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, motorcycle accident, or any other type of accident, and you’re considering filing a personal injury claim, you may be wondering, “How much is my case worth?” The answer is based on “damages.” What did the accident cost you—monetarily, physically and mentally? In some cases, damages are also … Continue reading What could my case be worth?

Negligence Near the New Year

Nothing puts “fall” into “slip and fall” like the holiday season. Hard ice, turkey frying grease, wet leaves, and strings of holiday lights all pose hazards during the final months of the year. And while these occurrences are common, that doesn’t mean you have to accept them. If you feel that a property owner or business … Continue reading Negligence Near the New Year

4 Tips For Winter Motorcycle Driving

From 2011 to 2015, an average of about 800 Americans died a year in car wrecks because of snow, freezing rain, sleet or ice, according to an analysis of transportation data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. That means during the winter months it is more important than ever to adjust your driving routines and patterns to accommodate weather changes. … Continue reading 4 Tips For Winter Motorcycle Driving