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What Does This Letter from My Insurance Company Mean, Anyway?

One of the purposes of buying car insurance is to so that your insurance company will defend you if you’re sued because of a car wreck, right? That’s what many people think. But often, after an accident, insurance companies send out a letter telling you that they may not cover your claim or they may […]

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How Much Is Too Much? Drinking and Driving

Drunk driving is a common topic of discussion in today's society. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 28 people are killed each day in motor vehicle accidents involving alcohol-impaired drivers. That is one person killed every 53 minutes. To reduce alcohol related-accident deaths, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has called for […]

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Hot Cars Kill: Tips for Summer Safety of Kids and Pets

People are most protective of two things in their lives—their children and their pets. With the hot weather in our state, it is a good time to remember that heat can kill a child or pet in very short order. Unfortunately, news stories are all too common about a child somewhere who was left in […]

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Is Ridesharing Safe? States with Experience Weigh In

In the good old days, people who needed a ride would stand along the road and stick out their thumb, asking some generous soul to give them a lift. For those too young to have lived in the good old days, the practice was called hitchhiking. If you think about it, ridesharing companies like Lyft […]

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Car Accident Cases Score Big Verdicts in 2015

Can you imagine a jury awarding millions of dollars to a family who lost their loved one in a car crash? Last year, several juries awarded the families of people who were killed millions of dollars. Just this year, in neighboring Texas, a jury awarded a Walmart shopper nearly $1.5 million after a box allegedly […]

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David v. Goliath: Improving Big Rig and Bus Safety

If you have ever seen a long line of stopped traffic on an interstate, you may have noticed the sheer number of big rigs in the line. We see them in motion all the time, but when traffic stops, it becomes obvious that the number of these gigantic trucks is substantial. Working behind the scenes […]

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Sign on to the “It Can Wait” Campaign and Help Your Family Arrive Alive!

Did you know that distracted driving was a factor in 10% of highway deaths in 2014? And because so many people hide the fact that they were distracted, many experts believe that the number is much higher. At least one major cell phone company is taking steps against distracted driving. AT&T started the “It Can […]

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Are School Buses Safe? Director of Federal Agency Suggests They Can Be Better

The administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced a change in its stance regarding seat belts on school buses this past November. Agency head Mark Rosekind said that the agency's position is that seat belts save lives.  From there, he said that "NHTSA's policy is that every child on every school bus should […]

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The Riskiest Times to Drive

Federal and state agencies have found many things that are likely to cause road-related accidents. Among the most common factors are not wearing a seatbelt, drinking and driving, and driving while distracted. But one factor that doesn’t get much attention is timing. Certain months, days, and even times of the day are more dangerous for […]

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Why You Must Get Treatment after an Accident

Car accidents can cause a wide range of health problems–from minor to severe physical injuries and even emotional strain. Regardless of how bad your health is affected, it is important that you seek medical assistance to protect your health and legal rights. Often, victims neglect the importance of medical consultation after an accident. This is […]

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