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Truck Accidents Caused by Blind Spots

Collisions between cars and trucks can be catastrophic and cause severe injuries. The most common accidents occur when the car is traveling in a truck’s blind spot. Cars also have blind spots, but they are not nearly as wide as a truck’s blind spots. Sideswipe accidents can occur if a truck does not see a » Read More


Do You Know What to Do After a Parking Lot Accident?

Is it any wonder that parking lot accidents happen all the time, given that parking lots can be confusing and chaotic? About 20 percent of all reported car accidents can be traced back to parking lots and garages. What you decide to do after a fender bender, or a more serious parking lot collision, can » Read More


Rideshare Vehicles Have an Increased Risk for Recalls

Demand is growing for rideshare services, whether from Uber, Lyft or another company. However, according to a recent investigation, the odds are one-in-three that such vehicles have not had federally mandated recall safety work performed. That means you have an approximately 33 percent chance of riding in an unsafe vehicle if you use a rideshare » Read More


Bicycle Safety Tips

According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 818 people were killed and more than 45,000 people in the United States were injured riding two-wheel bicycles and other types of cycles in a single year. That number is 12.2 percent higher than the previous year. Because bicyclists lack the protection that passenger » Read More


What If My Insurance Settlement Offer is Too Low?

If you suffered a car accident or another kind of personal injury, you are probably relying on a decent settlement from the insurance company. You may prove surprised by the low settlement offer you receive from the insurer. Insurance companies will usually start settlement negotiations with a low-ball offer. The insurance adjuster may also mislead » Read More


Liability for Merging Accidents

Merging accidents happen all the time, whether they occur on busy highways or on smaller, in-town roads. Usually at least two cars are involved, but most of the time, they are the fault of one driver. In certain cases, liability may not be so easy to prove. When drivers change lanes, they are supposed to » Read More


The Importance of Buckling Up in the Back Seat

Wearing your seat belt is one of the easiest ways to keep yourself safe in a vehicle in the event of a car accident. Seat belts are specifically designed to keep the body immobile during a vehicle collision, which can ultimately save lives. Both drivers and passengers benefit from seat belts; however, New Jersey laws » Read More


Preserving Evidence After a Car Accident

After a motor vehicle accident, you may be injured or in a state of shock. While making sure you and any passengers in your vehicle are okay and calling 911 immediately, you must also keep your wits about you and try to preserve as much evidence relating to the accident as possible. The evidence you » Read More


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