People enjoying a New Years Eve celebration.

Ring in the New Year Safely: Navigating the Risk of New Year’s Eve Celebrations 

Most people anxiously await New Year’s Eve each year. After all, this holiday is often associated with new beginnings and a fresh start. As such, New Year’s Eve is heavily celebrated every year—often with lots of drinking. Unfortunately, many New Year’s Eve partygoers make the poor decision to drive home after several...

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Tire on a car driving in a winter storm.

Visibility, Speed, and Control: The Three Pillars of Safe Winter Driving

Driving during the winter presents unique challenges, particularly to those who must navigate snowy and icy conditions. Car snow accidents are common during the winter, and they often result in serious injuries. Fortunately, however, if you prepare adequately, your odds of staying safe while driving in the winter increase dramatically. In this...

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Can an Expired Inspection Lead to a Denied Car Accident Claim?

Several states require drivers to obtain vehicle safety inspections regularly. In these states, a failed vehicle inspection can result in a rejected inspection sticker. In addition, a driver who fails to obtain an inspection or has an expired inspection may be subject to fines or face auto insurance suspension. This issue is...

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PTSD After a Car Accident: “Invisible” Injuries Following a Car Wreck

People often associate post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, with soldiers, police officers, and others who routinely experience traumatic events. Although people involved in these professions are certainly highly susceptible to PTSD, this disorder reaches far beyond these high-stress professions. In fact, PTSD can affect any person who experiences a situation...

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Electronic Health Record Errors: How Digital Missteps Can Impact Patient Care

Technology is intended to make our lives easier, and in many cases, it does just that. In fact, technology has greatly improved the speed in which we are able to obtain and share key information. However, the widespread use of technology is not without its problems. One area in which technology can...

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woman in pain after accident

4 Reasons You May Not Want to Accept Your Personal Injury Settlement Right Away

There’s a lot to consider after an accident. In addition to addressing accident-related injuries and pain, most people’s top concern following an accident is money. Unfortunately, financial issues often accompany personal injuries, including high medical bills, lost time at work, and more. This often leads people to accept the first settlement offer...

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cars driving on a highway at night

It’s Starting to Get Darker: Are Car Accidents More Likely to Happen at Night?

Studies indicate that drivers on the road at night are about three times more likely than daytime drivers to be involved in a serious automobile accident. The reason for this is that driving at night presents several risks that aren’t present during the day. In this article, we examine some of...

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