Woman getting into a ridesharing vehicle.

Who Is Liable for my Ride-share Accident?

Over the past decade, ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft have become some of the most successful start-ups in history. Used by millions worldwide, these companies provide a convenient means of transportation for all kinds of people and all occasions – especially among those in larger metropolitan areas where having one’s own vehicle becomes […]

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Two people arguing after being in a rear-end collision.

4 Tips for Avoiding a Rear-End Collision

When driving in a car, a lot can go wrong. Sometimes even the smallest things can cause an accident. But while a variety of car accidents can occur, the most commonly seen type of motor vehicle collision in the U.S. is a rear-end collision.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, almost one in […]

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A tractor-trailer driving on an empty highway.

What Are the Common Causes of Tractor-Trailer Accidents?

Tractor-trailers are inherently dangerous due to their large size and weight. While the average passenger vehicle weighs about 2.5 tons, the average commercial truck weighs approximately 40 tons. That’s why when a tractor-trailer and a passenger vehicle collide, it’s not surprising that most fatalities occur with occupants of the passenger vehicle. In order to drive a […]

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Pedestrians avoiding car accidents while crossing the street.

Car Accidents with Pedestrians

Serious – even deadly – consequences can result from two cars crashing. But when car accidents involve pedestrians the stakes are much, much higher. Regardless of where the pedestrian is at the time of the accident (jogging, crossing the street, standing on the sidewalk), when he or she is hit by a vehicle it often […]

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