Using Pictures To Fight Low Impact Collision Battles

Posted on: 4 March 2018

If you have been injured and your car has been damaged in a low-impact collision, prepare yourself for a bruising battle during the claims process. This is because many people low-impact collisions don't deserve high amounts of compensation, but your injuries and damages may say otherwise. Fortunately, you can use pictures of the accident to prove how serious your accident was to increase your chances of getting serious compensation: Pictures of the Car Post-Accident
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Three Common Types Of Truck Accidents And How To Prevent Them

Posted on: 27 January 2018

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, 500,000 truck accidents happen every year. And each year, this type of accident is fatal for about 5,000 people. While not all of these accidents are the fault the truck driver, there are many things a truck driver can do to prevent accidents from happening. Here are three common types of truck accidents and how to prevent them. Jackknife When a large truck goes into a skid with a trailer attached, the trailer can swing out and form a 90-degree angle with the cab of the truck.
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Three Tests You Shouldn't Deny After An Accident

Posted on: 20 December 2017

If you have been involved in any type of accident whether it be a car accident or a slip and fall accident, you should definitely follow up with your doctor right away, especially if the accident was not your fault. Even if you feel fine, this is important because if you decide to sue in the future for injuries, it's difficult to prove that your injuries are a result of the accident if you did not see your doctor right away.
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Avoiding A Truck Accident During "Delivery Season" This Year

Posted on: 5 December 2017

For most people, this is the holiday season. For truck drivers everywhere, this time of year is better described as "delivery season."  This past Cyber Monday, the first Monday following Thanksgiving, was the biggest online shopping day in the history of the United States. And a lot of online shopping means one thing in particular: a lot of packages that need to be delivered. That's putting delivery truck drivers in overtime, pushing them to their limits to get their jobs done -- which may make it more dangerous for others on the road.
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