Car Accidents: Side Impact and T-Bone

When a driver experiences an accident, the terms T-Bone and side-impact are used to describe the type of collision. This type of car accident is extremely dangerous, often causing serious injuries and even fatalities. If one of these unfortunate situations becomes a reality, knowing how to handle this type of collision can help with next steps. Read more

Car Accidents Related to Rear-End Collisions

According to the National Safety Council, in any given year there are an average of 6 million car accidents in the U.S. – 40% of which are rear-end auto accidents. Common causes for these rear-end accidents include tailgating, distraction, alcohol intoxication, harsh weather conditions, poor road conditions, pedestrians, road construction, heavy braking due to speed traps, faulty brake lights and vehicle breakdowns. Read more

Overview of Motorcycle Accidents

Many people enjoy riding motorcycles as they provide a freedom on the road that other vehicles don’t provide. However, they are especially at risk for more serious accidents when and if they occur. The following article provides an overview of what is typically involved in a motorcycle accident and what you can do if you are ever involved in one. Read more