Do I Need a Car Accident Report?

If you have ever been involved in a collision or crash, it is crucial to understand the importance of a car accident report. Whether the car accident was minor, serious, or fatal, the car accident report is a factual and objective description of a car accident. During car crashes, emotions are high and one or…

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Why Are Rollover Accidents So Dangerous?

Many larger vehicles are susceptible to rolling over if the driver goes too fast, takes a turn too fast, or hist a bad patch of ice. SUVs and CUVs, Jeeps, ATVs, and many trucks are more likely to roll over than passenger cars. A rollover can cause the vehicle to land on its roof, side,…

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Can You Claim Damages in a Single-Vehicle Crash?

When you get into a collision with another driver, you can make a claim for damages for your injuries and losses. Most car accident claims are paid by insurance companies (eventually). The damages are paid either by a settlement agreement or after there has been a court verdict. When you are in a single-vehicle crash,…

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Drivers Are Relying Too Much on New Driver Assist Technology

Driver-assist technology offers the promise that computer software can respond quickly to emergencies to prevent accidents. The designers and makers of automation-equipped cars assert that computer software doesn’t drive while intoxicated. The software doesn’t drive while tired or while talking on a smartphone. Automated technology should supplement the car driver’s focus while driving. The technology…

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The Role Video Cameras Play in Car Crash Claims

Everywhere you go, you risk being recorded on video one way or another. Video cameras are everywhere. Between security cameras, mobile phone cameras, traffic cameras, and dashcams; you could wind up on a video recording without even knowing it. However, one of these cameras could wind up benefiting you if injured in a car accident…

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Examining Liability in Multi-Vehicle Pileups Involving Trucks

Multi-vehicle crashes along Mississippi highways are not uncommon. In fact, they are more common than one might think. Even though the pandemic has reduced traffic volume across the country, the number of tractor-trailers and delivery trucks on our roads has increased, and 2020 has still seen more than its share of multi-vehicle pileups on the…

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