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Recognizing Depression Symptoms After an Accident

May 23, 2018

It is not uncommon to become depressed after being physically injured. Your whole life changes because of an injury, sometimes permanently. You might also find yourself feeling hung up on the circumstances that led to your accident or feeling cosmically cheated by the seemingly random series of events that ended with you being injured. If […]

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Understanding the Three Types of Distracted Driving

April 19, 2018

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. This month, the National Safety Council (NSC) works to raise awareness of all the distractions drivers face to help them make safer choices behind the wheel and avoid accidents. There are three types of distraction drivers face – manual, visual, and cognitive. Sometimes, a driver faces two or more […]

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Where are Car Accidents Most Likely to Happen?

April 11, 2018

Any time you are in a car, you can be involved in a car accident. In certain settings, car accidents are more likely to occur than they are in others. These settings tend to be places where there is not a consistent flow of traffic like there is on main thoroughfares. In these settings, a […]

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Marijuana Use and Car Accidents

March 6, 2018

In recent years, a few states have legalized cannabis for adult recreational use. More have legalized it for medicinal use. Like many other drugs, marijuana negatively impacts an individual’s ability to safely operate a vehicle. While individual opinions on marijuana use differ, the facts about how it affects drivers are clear: An individual who drives […]

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Obese Drivers More Likely to Die in Collisions

February 22, 2018

Today, the United States is facing an obesity epidemic. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 35.7% of American adults – more than one third – are obese. 16.9% of American children and adolescents also fall into this category. Obesity is defined by a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater. Having […]

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“The Husband Stitch” and Medical Malpractice

February 13, 2018

Childbirth can be extremely stressful on a mother’s body. Sometimes, a vaginal delivery is only possible with an episiotomy, a cut made to the vagina’s posterior wall. This was once routine for births in the United States, but it has become much less common in recent decades as research has shown it to be more […]

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Understanding Your Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage

February 7, 2018

In most scenarios, the driver who causes a car accident through his or her negligence is liable for any victims’ damages related to the collision. The driver’s automobile insurance pays for these damages if the victims choose to pursue personal injury claims against the negligent driver. When a driver does not have automobile insurance or […]

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How Routine Tire Maintenance can Help Prevent an Accident

February 2, 2018

When you keep your car in good condition, you reap many benefits. One of these is a longer life for your vehicle. Another is a safer vehicle for yourself, your passengers, and others on the roadway. Your tires are your vehicle’s point of contact with the roadway. When your tires are in poor condition, you […]

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What to do After a Dog Bite

January 22, 2018

What you do in the moments, hours, and days after a dog bite can have a significant impact on your recovery. If you choose to file a personal injury claim to seek compensation for your damages related to the bite, your actions can also have an impact on your claim’s progress and likelihood of success. […]

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Could I be at Fault for a Car Accident if I Fail to Clear Snow Off My Car?

January 3, 2018

Failing to sufficiently remove snow and ice from your vehicle before driving it is a form of negligence. If you are involved in an accident caused wholly or in part by accumulated ice or snow falling from your vehicle or impeding your vision, you could be deemed to be entirely or partially at fault for […]

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