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I Had the Right-Of-Way and Got Hit, What Should I Do?

Other drivers must yield to you when you have the right-of-way on the road. Even though all drivers have learned about yielding the right-of-way, it is often something motorists forget. If you have been in an accident where someone failed to yield the right-of-way to you, your case might seem clear-cut. Unfortunately, most right-of-way cases[…] Read More

What Are Common Accident-Related Shoulder Injuries?

Car accidents can lead to injuries and pain, including those affecting the shoulder. Because shoulders are delicate and connected to the neck and back, they are particularly susceptible to the impacts of both minor and severe car accidents. Unlike visible injuries, such as cuts and significant fractures, many shoulder injuries are not immediately obvious. This[…] Read More

AAA Report Suggests Automakers Should Focus on Safer Driving Technology

A recent study conducted by the AAA sheds light on consumer attitudes about self-driving vehicles. While automakers continue to make strides in developing autonomous vehicles, AAA research and testing indicate drivers want improvements in existing safety technology before considering self-driving cars. Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) refer to a range of safety features and systems[…] Read More

Does Rain Cause the Most Weather-Related Accidents?

Weather plays a significant role in driving conditions and contributes to many car accidents per year. While many people likely think ice and snow cause the most collisions, statistically, rain is accountable for the most weather-related car accidents. Weather alters the road’s surface, and snow, ice, or rain creates a slick barrier between the road[…] Read More