Where is the Safest Seat in the Car?


Car accidents are a common occurrence. Although seat belts play a huge role in keeping you safe, where you choose to sit in a vehicle may also affect your safety. In general, the backseat of your vehicle is 59 to 86 percent safer than the front seats. However, what many drivers may not know is that the rear middle seat,

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How to Commute Safely to Work


While traffic accidents can happen to anyone, if you are a commuter, your odds increase simply because you are on the road during rush hour. The more cars on the road, the more likely accidents will occur. Reduce some of the risks of commuting to work by following basic road safety tips.

The Right Car

Commuter safety starts with the right vehicle.

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Back to School Safety


Schools will soon reopen and school buses will be on the roads, picking up and dropping off students. By following basic safety tips, parents and children can lessen the odds of suffering a serious accident on the way to and from school.

School Bus Safety

Parents should teach their children school bus safety tips,

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What are the Signs of a Concussion After a Car Accident?


Being involved in a car accident can lead to a variety of different injuries, including traumatic brain injuries. Many of these injuries are immediate, while some injuries do not show symptoms for days or weeks following the accident. If you or someone you know was involved in a car accident, you may be eligible for compensation.

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What If My Uber/Lyft Driver is in a Car Accident?


The prevalence and convenience of ridesharing services, such as Uber and Lyft, have changed the transportation landscape. It seems like everyone has come to depend on for-hire drivers to get them from point A to point B safely. However, what happens when the driver you designated to be your responsible ride gets into an accident? Who is liable for the injuries you suffered in the incident?

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Does Distracted Driving Increase During the Summer Months?


Distracted driving has become the leading cause of fatal car accidents in the United States. Cell phone usage, texting, taking photographs, eating, drinking, conversing with passengers in the car, and reaching across the seat for an object are all forms of distracted driving. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reports that 660,000 drivers admit to operating their vehicle while engaging in distracted driving behaviors.

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What are Common Types of Car Accident Injuries?


Car accidents occur every day. Though every crash has its own unique elements, the same types of injuries tend to appear among drivers and passengers. While some traumas last longer than others, all of them require some form of medical attention, which can become expensive. Medical bills can pile up due to treatment visits, surgery, x-rays,

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What Causes Drowsy Driving?


Drowsy driving accidents killed almost 800 people in 2017. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 90,000 traffic accidents resulted from drowsy drivers that year. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety also found that the less sleep a person has, the higher the crash rate is; drivers that only had five to six hours of sleep were twice as likely to cause a crash when compared to drivers who had seven or more.

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