What to Do After a Car Accident Involving Fatalities

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Highway Loss Data Institute reports a total of 37,133 fatalities for 2017. The three states with the highest number of fatalities were California, Texas, and Florida. A higher percentage of fatal crashes involved a single vehicle than multiple vehicles. Many of the car accidents involving fatalities involve a drunk… Read More

How To Help Someone Facing Emotional Trauma After A Car Accident

Car accidents leave more than physical reminders. You may have a visible scar from a gash or surgical incision. You may have broken a bone and walk or carry yourself differently. Those are the physical reminders. People expect them. What about the emotional scars? Emotional trauma is one of the most common permanent injuries after… Read More

What Should I Do If I’m Involved in a Car Accident With Someone Who Was Texting?

In 2012, the popular TV show Mythbusters tested a study that said using a cellphone with driving is as dangerous as drinking and driving. Two of the show’s co-hosts had to pass a driving test while talking on their cell phone. They repeated the test after having several beers. Their tests confirmed it’s true. Additional… Read More

How to Find the Best Brain Injury Attorney

Traumatic brain injury is not to be messed with. Just one violent hit to the head can be enough to cause bleeding or bruising within the brain tissue. It can also lead to brain tissue getting torn. If this happens, it can negatively impact brain health. Many things can happen to cause a brain injury.… Read More

What To Do If You’re Involved in a Motorcycle Accident This Summer

As sun and warmer weather arrive, motorcyclists start hitting the roads. In 2016, more than 8.6 million motorcycle owners registered their bikes in the U.S. That same year, 5,286 riders were killed, which accounted for 14% of all traffic fatalities. The total injuries have been released yet, but there were 88,000 injuries in 2015. Almost… Read More