How Pedestrians Can Avoid Getting Hit By Cars
6 October 2017
It is easy to blame motorists for car accidents involving pedestrians, but pedestrians are just as to blame as drivers for these accidents. There are lots of precautions you can take as a pedestrian to avoid being hit by a car. Here are some of the top considerations to have when walking by the road or crossing the road on foot:
Watch Out for Negligent Drivers
One of the most dangerous things to do is to assume that all the drivers on the road are careful, law-abiding, and reasonable.
Everything You Wanted To Know About Personal Use Breathalyzers
20 September 2017
If you are going to go out for a night of drinking, you might find it useful to use a personal breathalyzer to avoid a DUI. Many people recommend it actually because it can prevent a DUI more easily. If your reading is a certain number, then you know not to get behind the wheel. Here's everything you wanted to know about how this works:
Cheap Breathalyzers are Questionable: First off, if you are going to invest in a breathalyzer, you should invest in one that provides the most accurate reading possible.
Who's To Blame In A Left-Hand Turn Accident?
13 December 2016
Imagine waiting for what feels like an eternity to make a left-hand turn. You finally see an opportunity to make your turn, only for it to be cut short by a collision with an oncoming vehicle. In an accident like this, you're probably wondering who'll be found at fault. The answer depends mainly on the circumstances surrounding the crash, as explained below.
It's the Left-Turning Driver's Fault, in Most Cases
What You Need To Know After Being Injured Due To Your Landlord's Failure To Make Repairs
19 October 2016
If you fell and were injured on property that you rent, you might be able to hold your landlord at fault if he or she failed to repair a dangerous condition. If so, you may be wondering how to go about getting compensated for your injuries without creating a rift in your relationship with your landlord. After all, you'll need to deal with your landlord on a continuing basis until your lease is up, especially if your landlord has yet to repair the defect that caused your injury.