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Archive for "Auto Accidents"

Steps to Take After a Car Accident [Infographic]

Did you know there are more than 6 million car accidents on the road every year in the United States alone? No one likes to think about getting in an …

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How to Prevent Your Next Car Accident

How to Prevent Your Next Car Accident

Although many of today’s cars have safety features designed to reduce car accidents and injuries, 39,107 people in the U.S. died in 2019 as a result of a vehicle accident.…

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Pausing for Distracted Driving Awareness Month

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that as many as 9 people die every day because of distracted driving. This means that about 10 percent of all motor …

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How to Report Aggressive Driving

Driving comes with its inherent risks, but add an aggressive driver to the mix and it is a recipe for disaster. At one time or another, you probably had to …

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Multi-Car Accident — Who is at fault?

The thought of getting in a car accident is an upsetting topic for many, but the truth is it happens to thousands of people each day. Having a general understanding …

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The Most Dangerous Times to Be on the Road — and How to Prepare for Them

The Most Dangerous Times to Be on the Road

It is an unfortunate part of life that accidents happen, especially on the road. By definition, an accident is a random occurrence that defies prediction. However, many vehicle accidents can …

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4 Tips for Minimizing Distractions While Driving

During the holiday season, it’s easier than ever to be distracted while driving. Maybe you’re traveling longer distances than usual to visit family and friends. Maybe you’re experiencing sleep deprivation …

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Don’t Get Hit by a Drunk Driver During the Holidays

The evening starts out on a good note — you’re leaving a Thanksgiving Eve church service with your family and heading home to prepare for tomorrow’s big meal.

That’s when …

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What to Do if Your Child is in a Car Accident

Minors are more likely to die from an auto accident than from any other type of injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Auto accidents are …

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Safely Navigating the Trucking “No-Zone”

Safe driving takes a concerted effort from all drivers. Semi trucks create a particular challenge on the road due to their sheer size and the number of blind spots they …

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