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Motorcycle Accidents

With less traffic on the road in 2020 and a 2 percent reduction in motorcycle crashes, you would expect there to be fewer cyclist killed in crashes, but the opposite occurred.  In...

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Car Accidents

Car accidents can result in a variety of economic and non-economic losses. These losses, or damages, include medical bills, vehicle damage costs, pain and suffering, mental suffering, and more. As such, the...

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Car Accidents

Amazon subs out its delivery drivers to a number of subcontractors.  To promote safe driving within the fleet, Amazon created an app called Mentor to track how a driver deals with various...

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Car Accidents

It has long been against the law for a lawyer to swoop in after an injury and use pressure tactics to gain new clients.  If a lawyer or a representative of a...

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Recent News, Truck Accidents

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) put out a new rule regarding the use of mobile phones while driving commercial motor vehicles (CMVs). The FMCSA is now restricting drivers from holding...

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Personal Injury, Recent News

For the last several weeks, deaths from the Coronavirus have exceeded 3,000 Americans a day.  Some of the epidemiologist measuring the impact of the virus estimate close to a total of 500,000...

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Personal Injury

If you were injured in a slip and fall accident, you may be wondering what you need to bring to your first case consultation. Fortunately, there are some standard materials that we...

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Car Accidents

MIT researchers released a study that found that Tesla drivers are more distracted when they use the company’s semi-autonomous Autopilot feature that are in these vehicles. According to the study “drivers glanced more frequently...

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Car Accidents

If you were to guess which month is the riskiest to drive, would you think it is January, when revelers tend to crash on New Year’s Day? Or perhaps July, when the...

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Recent News

Having seen the reaction of insurers to a number of “crises,” both real and imagined, it did not surprise me to read an op-ed by the CEO of Chubb Insurance in the...

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