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Defusing Road Rage: Tips for Avoiding Aggressive Drivers Photo for Defusing Road Rage: Tips for Avoiding Aggressive Drivers1/20/2021 One of the challenges of going back on the road after a global pandemic is that traffic conditions are likely to be unpredictable and changing rapidly. During the shutdown, the light volume of cars prompted some drivers to pay even less attention than usual to posted speed limits, risking high-speed crashes. Now that congestion is increasing again, we can expect to see more impatience, frustration, and aggressive driving out there. Personal Injury
Why Uninsured Motorist Coverage Is a Smart Investment Photo for Why Uninsured Motorist Coverage Is a Smart Investment1/13/2021 Car insurance rates seem to go up a lot more often than they go down — even if you’re a driver with a spotless record. People looking for ways to save money might consider reducing their coverage as one solution. But when it comes to insurance, it’s possible to be penny-wise and big-bucks-foolish. Personal Injury
What Car Buyers Need to Know About Gap Insurance Photo for What Car Buyers Need to Know About Gap Insurance1/07/2021 The process of shopping for a new car is full of challenges — and, more often than not, a few unpleasant surprises. You may think you’ve settled on a make, model, color, and price, only to find out about a range of costs, fees, and financial issues that have to be addressed before you can seal the deal. Personal Injury, Class Action
Give Wisely: How to Avoid Fake Charity Scams Photo for Give Wisely: How to Avoid Fake Charity Scams12/29/2020 For many people, the holiday season is not just a time for presenting gifts to loved ones; it’s the time of year they’re most likely to be making generous donations to charities to help others in need. According to one nonprofit clearinghouse, twenty percent of all charitable giving occurs in the month of December alone. Personal Injury
Pickups and SUVs: Why Bigger Isn't Always Better Photo for Pickups and SUVs: Why Bigger Isn't Always Better12/22/2020 Faced with a wide choice of types of vehicles, American car buyers are turning increasingly to the biggest, bulkiest forms of personal transport they can find. Recently Bloomberg reported that more than two-thirds of all new automobile purchases in the U.S. are now “light trucks,” a category that includes SUVs, pickups and minivans. That’s a lot of big wheels. Personal Injury
FLU SHOTS DURING CORONAVIRUS SEASON: A GOOD IDEA? Photo for FLU SHOTS DURING CORONAVIRUS SEASON: A GOOD IDEA?12/15/2020 People around the world are anxiously awaiting the distribution of safe, effective vaccines for COVID-19. Although the long-anticipated rollout has finally begun, the day this pandemic is officially over is still probably many months away. In the meantime, there’s another vaccine that, according to health officials, isn’t getting nearly the attention it deserves in these tumultuous times: Your annual flu shot. Personal Injury
SAFETY ALERT: DEFECTIVE AIR BAGS REMAIN A MENACE ON THE ROAD Photo for SAFETY ALERT: DEFECTIVE AIR BAGS REMAIN A MENACE ON THE ROAD11/11/2020 It’s been twelve years since car manufacturers launched what would become the biggest recall of a defective product in U.S. automotive history. Yet millions of unstable Takata air bag inflators may still be in use, posing a potentially lethal threat to drivers who have either disregarded urgent recall notices or are unaware of the ticking time bomb inside their vehicle. Personal Injury
What to Expect From a First Meeting With an Accident Attorney Photo for What to Expect From a First Meeting With an Accident Attorney11/04/2020 It’s not unusual, after an auto accident, to be struggling with a number of questions about how to proceed. Having little or no experience with the legal system, many accident victims dread the idea of contacting an attorney and getting involved in a court battle of some kind. They wonder how they’re going to deal with medical bills, get their vehicle repaired, and otherwise recover from their losses — without a lot of additional expenditure of time and money. Personal Injury
TRUCK ACCIDENTS: MORE BIG RIGS MEANS MORE LETHAL CRASHES Photo for TRUCK ACCIDENTS: MORE BIG RIGS MEANS MORE LETHAL CRASHES9/17/2020 Many of the most serious, life-altering accidents happening on America’s highways involve collisions between large commercial trucks and passenger cars. Despite improved safety features and campaigns urging drivers to exercise more caution, both the frequency of truck-car accidents and their lethality have been on the rise for the past decade. Personal Injury
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER AN ACCIDENT WITH A PARKED CAR? Photo for WHAT HAPPENS AFTER AN ACCIDENT WITH A PARKED CAR? 8/26/2020 A surprising number of auto accidents happen in parking lots, garages or curbside, involving a moving vehicle colliding with a stationary one. According to statistics compiled by the National Safety Council, incidents with parked vehicles account for as many as one out of every five accidents, which amounts to tens of thousands of collisions each year Personal Injury, Car Accident

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