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What Can I Do if the At-Fault Driver Lies about the Accident?

Car accidents are traumatic enough, but when the other driver lies about what happened, you may feel victimized a second time. Sadly, that feeling will continue throughout the next several weeks to months if the insurance companies believe the other driver’s account. You could end up shouldering the blame, be responsible for their vehicle and[…] Read More

What Are New Congressional Mandates to Prevent Drunk Driving?

Drunk or impaired driving in the United States has been a huge problem for many decades. Despite harsh driving under the influence (DUI) laws in every state, driving while impaired continues to be a major issue, causing car accidents that result in tens of thousands of serious injuries and deaths every year. Over the past[…] Read More

Is Driving While on Prescription Drugs Dangerous?

To drive safely, it takes concentration, focus, and alertness. Without these things, driving on the roads and highways of Delaware can be dangerous for everyone and a car accident is likely. Many people understand the dangers of driving while intoxicated by alcohol or illegal drugs. This is a major problem in Delaware and throughout the[…] Read More

Are Aggressive Drivers More Accident-Prone?

Aggressive driving can easily lead to reckless driving and serious car accidents. According to recent studies, aggressive drivers cause more than twice as many fatalities as drunk drivers, and they are a main cause of collisions. It is clear that aggressive driving is a main cause of motor vehicles accidents, but what are the reasons[…] Read More

What is Causing Reckless Driving During the Pandemic?

During these trying times, people are under unprecedented stress every single day. While some find constructive ways to reduce anxiety, others have adapted behaviors that are dangerous to themselves and others, including reckless driving. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently published a report which found that the roads and highways are more hazardous[…] Read More

What Steps Should I Take After a Rear-End Collision?

Rear-end collisions can range from minor fender-benders to serious crashes that cause major injuries and property damage. They are also the most frequent type of car accident reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). It is estimated that 30 to 40 percent of all motor vehicle accidents fall into this category, yet people[…] Read More