4 Steps You Should Take After Getting into a Car Accident

Accidents happen every day, even to the best of drivers. If you ever find yourself in the aftermath of an accident, it’s important to stay calm and document your wreck if possible. Here are the four steps you should take if you ever get into a motor vehicle accident to make your claim more effective. […]

Winter Driving Tips

We find ourselves in the middle of winter in America, and it’s a great time to brush up on winter driving safety tips. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 17 percent of all motor vehicle accidents occur in winter conditions. Depending on where you live, you may deal with snow and ice (or, […]

Common Myths About Car Accident Claims

There are quite a few myths and misconceptions out there when it comes to what you should do after getting injured in a motor vehicle accident. While there is never a one-size-fits all approach to apply to every crash aftermath, it is typically a good idea to contact an attorney to find out what your […]

Top Ways to Prevent a Motorcycle Accident this Fall

In areas across the country, the autumn season is the last chance for long motorcycle rides in warm temperatures and mild weather. In some regions, it is a great time to see changing leaves and spectacular sunsets. If you live somewhere that experiences a true winter season, you may be preparing to put your motorcycle […]

How to Avoid Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving kills hundreds of people every year in the U.S., according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Although we often think we can simply “power through” the drive after a poor night of sleep, doing so is actually quite dangerous. Just consider the ways it affects your ability to operate a motor vehicle: […]

How Aging May Affect Driving Ability

It’s a fact of life: aging causes certain changes that may affect your ability to operate a motor vehicle. By monitoring your ability to drive over the years and checking in with your doctor, you can better ensure your ability to drive safely. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration identifies the following factors that could […]

What is Aggressive Driving?

A cool, level head is essential to safe driving. Aggressive driving is defined as behavior that shows a lack of regard for human safety. Aggressive motorists are driving in an unsafe manner. Here are some of the most common examples: Speeding Tailgating Weaving in and out of traffic Running red lights and stop signs Cutting […]

Why Speeding in a Motor Vehicle is so Dangerous

Speeding is a risky driving behavior. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, about 9,380 people were killed because of motorist speeding. The NHTSA says speeding has been a factor in about one-third of all motor vehicle deaths for over two decades. We all know speeding is dangerous, but here is a closer look […]

Pedestrian Safety tips

Traveling on foot comes with its own set of dangers and hazards. Motor vehicles seriously injure and sometimes kill pedestrians when a collision occurs. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says more than 6,280 pedestrians were killed in traffic accidents in 2018, a 3 percent increase compared to the previous year. Here are […]