Accident claims law blogs & accident advice blawgs

Guest accident claims law blogs and law blogs from personal injury lawyers, solicitors and legal professionals.

Post Accident Behavior: Misbehaving at the Scene Can Affect Your Life

by Ladyblogger August 28, 2013 Accident Claims

Most individuals feel as if they are safe drivers. Even those who engage in unsafe behaviors, such as texting and driving, feel as if they can do so because their driving abilities are above par. Sadly, statistics show that the typical driver will end up filing an auto accident claim once every 19 years, so […]

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Slip & Fall Injuries: 5 Steps to Determining Responsibility

by KariLloyd August 28, 2013 Accident Claims

There are around 37.9 million emergency visits related to injuries every single year in the United States alone. Sadly, this shows that, over time, the likelihood of a person being injured in an accident is very high. One of the most common accidents leading to injury is known as “slip and fall” or “trip and […]

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Aggressive Driving Experiments

by Andrew Miller August 27, 2013 Accident Claims

A car is one of the most dangerous weapons many of us will ever possess. Add aggressive driving to that equation, and the results could be fatal.  Typical aggressive driving behaviors include tailgating, lane-blocking, abruptly switching lanes, obscene gestures, defying eye contact, excessive horn use, incorrect parking, improper headlight use and even blocking traffic. Also […]

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“Power Talk 21” – Mothers Against Drunk Driving

by Andrew Miller August 22, 2013 Accident Claims

If you think “Power Talk 21” sounds like some sort of campaign, you’re right.  Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is continuing the fight against drunk driving and underage drinking by creating “Power Talk 21”.  Annually, on April 21st, MADD urges and encourages parents to have an open and serious discussion with their children about alcohol.  […]

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What to Do When You’re T-Boned by a Cop Car

by annbailey August 21, 2013 Accident Claims

Motor vehicle collisions are the most common cause of fatal injuries suffered by law enforcement officers on the job. While some of these collisions arise when suspects assault officers with their vehicles, most fatalities occur as a result of negligence on the part of some party. In many cases, this party is the officer himself […]

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Troubleshooting Brake Problems for Truckers

by edralyn August 8, 2013 Accident Claims

If you operate a large truck, keeping the brakes in good working order is of the utmost importance. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says one out of every eight accidents involves a large truck, which adds up to 500,000 accidents every year. If your brakes won’t depress or they sink all the way to […]

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Depression After A Car Accident

by Andrew Miller July 31, 2013 Accident Claims

On our busy roadways, thousands of car accidents occur on a daily basis.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the chances of being involved in an accident, at least once, in your life is highly probable, especially considering the statistics.  Every 12 minutes someone dies in a motor vehicle crash, every 10 […]

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Common Causes of a Rollover Accident & How to File a Claim

by Lisa Coleman July 24, 2013 Accident Claims

You may have every confidence in your car and never expect it to fail you. You probably think nothing of driving it to its maximum potential and cruising down the highway as you run errands or go to work. However, it can still succumb to common causes of traffic accidents. In fact, no vehicle is […]

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Mass Transit Accidents: Who’s Liable and How to Handle a Claim

by Ladyblogger July 20, 2013 Accident Claims

Mass transit accidents can be complicated cases when many individuals are involved. Of course, even those accidents with just one victim apply as well. It is important to understand that the claimant must able to prove in court that the accident occurred due to the fault of the mass transit agency. Cases can be adjudicated […]

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The consequences of an injury when working at height

by Tim Bishop July 17, 2013 Accident Claims

The average human body is usually robust and resilient enough to survive the physical knocks and bumps to be expected in life relatively unscathed. However falls from height in course of employment are unfortunately of a different magnitude altogether and usually not expected – and the combination of the initial shock, the fall distance and […]

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