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5 Ways to Reduce the Impact of a Car Accident

Although car accidents come with no warning, that doesn’t mean you can’t prepare for them. Every time you get behind the wheel, there are tips and tricks you can follow to make sure you’re ready for the unavoidable.  Here are five ways to keep injuries to a minimum:  Buckle Up  Using your seatbelt should never be optional. Properly securing yourself vastly decreases your chance of suffering severe injuries Maintain Your

Car Accidents

Who Pays Your Medical Bills After An Accident?

You’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault. The other driver should pay your medical bills, right? What about the other driver’s insurance? Won’t it pay your medical expenses? The short answer is that you are responsible for your own medical bills, at first. If the other driver is found to be at fault, their insurance should reimburse you. Receiving a settlement from an insurance company can take

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What If You’re In An Accident In Another State?

With the leaves gone and a chill in the air, our minds turn toward the upcoming holiday season and travel. For millions of Americans, this means a time-honored tradition: the road trip. But what should you do if you’re in an accident while on your road trip in another state? Or, what if an out-of-state driver causes an accident in your home state? If You’re in an Accident First things

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Should You Move Your Vehicle After A Car Wreck?

After being involved in a car wreck, one of your first thoughts may be whether you should move your vehicle off the roadway. The answer depends on the severity of the wreck, whether there are injuries, and whether the vehicle can be moved safely. For minor wrecks involving minor property damage with no injury, you should move your vehicle off the roadway to a safe place, such as a nearby

Car Accidents

What Should I Do After A Car Accident?

Each year, over six million car accidents happen in the U.S. If you drive, it’s almost certain that you’ll be in an accident sooner or later. When it happens, will you know what to do? After a car crash, the most important thing to remember is to stay calm. Take a few deep breaths and collect your thoughts. Safety First First, check to see if anyone is hurt. If so,

Car Accidents

Why You Should Never Wait to Seek Medical Attention After a Car Accident

If you are involved in a serious auto accident, emergency medical responders will most likely come to the scene, evaluate your injuries, and take you to the nearest hospital to receive the medical care that you need. However, things may work a little differently if you’re involved in a less severe accident, such as a fender bender. You may not want to overreact, so after exchanging information with the other

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What Is the Most Dangerous Highway in Missouri?

Whether you live in Missouri or travel through often, there’s a good chance that you have probably driven on Highway 63. This road stretches the length of Missouri and is a popular road for travelers and commuters across the state. A recent report has shown that this road is one of the deadliest roads in Missouri. Number of Injuries A Fleet management company, Geotab, tracked and compiled data from the

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Can Bad Weather Impact Your Car Accident Case?

It’s no secret that bad weather can increase the potential for danger and the chance of car collisions. Statistics from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration show that around 23 percent of crashes each year are weather-related. Those in the Four States area know all too well the harsh conditions that winter months can bring. Whether you’re driving through wind, rain, or snow, you should understand how these

Car Accidents

Halloween Safety Tips for the Road

Each year, children look forward to dressing up with their favorite costumes on Halloween night and roaming the neighborhoods to trick-or-treat. While their costumes may not be real, the accidents that can occur accidents certainly are. This night becomes the perfect situation for more car accidents and pedestrian accidents due to a variety of reasons: there are more pedestrians out when it’s dark, more distractions for drivers, and more intoxicated

Car Accidents

Can Social Media Hurt Your Personal Injury Case?

Did you know that 69% of adults in the U.S. use some form of social media? In today’s digitally-based era, it’s become a commonhold to post consistently online. Many people use social media as a means to communicate, express themselves, and share their thoughts and feelings. When someone is injured in an accident and is out of work, it’s natural to want to post about their experiences online so others

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