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Are Your Headlights Good Enough to Prevent Accidents?

AAA Testing reveals many headlights fail to safely illuminate roads in the dark Driving in the dark can be dangerous, since it is more difficult to see the road and to spot any potential hazards before they have a chance to cause an accident. This is especially true on roads that lack streetlights. On these…
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Why You Need to Take Photos After a Car Accident

Learn how to take pictures that will serve as vital evidence for a car accident claim A car accident can happen in a matter of seconds. Everything seems to happen at once, and in the aftermath it can be very difficult for the involved parties to remember how exactly the accident unfolded and what caused…
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What You Need to Know About Medical Expenses

Learn about the factors that can affect your compensation for medical expenses If you’ve been injured in an accident due to someone else’s reckless or negligent actions, you should not have to pay for your own medical treatment. Instead, the at-fault party should have to cover the cost of your medical care along with other…
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How to Prevent or Minimize Car Accident Injuries

How you use safety features in your vehicle can affect car accident injuries and compensation No matter how careful and safe a driver you may consider yourself, there is always the potential for someone else’s reckless or negligent driving to cause you to get into an accident. It’s very important to make sure you are…
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Football Season: Good Clean Fun or Undue Health Risk for Kids?

Learn about the risks of football head injuries and when schools may be liable. Football is a treasured American pastime. In many parts of the country, it’s common for kids to play from the peewee leagues through high school or college with their entire home towns cheering them on. However, football is a rough sport.…
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Common Pedestrian Accident Injuries

Learn why pedestrian accidents happen and what kinds of injuries typically result According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, one pedestrian is injured in a traffic accident every 8 minutes and another is killed every 113 minutes. This may lead you to wonder: why are pedestrian accidents so common, and why are injuries so…
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Paying Taxes on Your Personal Injury Settlement

Learn which portions of your personal injury settlement—if any—may be taxable. Any time you receive a large amount of cash or other valuables—whether it be through a bonus, a gift, a contest win, a lottery payout, or a personal injury settlement—you have to consider the impact on your taxes. After all, you wouldn’t want to…
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5 Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Car Accident Injury Settlement

Don’t get shortchanged on your compensation after a car accident. You probably already realize that you deserve compensation if you’ve been injured in a car accident that was not your fault. But do you understand how to go about securing this compensation? One option is to file a claim with your insurance company and then…
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Driveway Death Shows Back-Up Risks

An alarming number of people are harmed by cars backing up in driveways each year. Recently, a 79 year old woman in Pennsylvania killed a friend as she backed her car down her driveway. The friend was checking the woman’s mail when the driver struck her with her car. While shocking, this incident is far…
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The Growing Distracted Driving Problem

Good news: Arizona ranks as one of the least-distracted states A new study has shown what many of us already know to be true: far too many people are distracted when behind the wheel of their cars. According to Zendrive, a company that measures driver safety, 88% of drivers use their cell phones at some…
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