Any motor vehicle accident has the potential to result in devastating injuries or loss of life, but for a number of reasons, crashes involving large commercial trucks are of particular concern for trucking companies and regulatory agencies.
After suffering an injury in any accident when someone else is at fault, you are generally advised to wait until you have reached the point of maximum medical improvement before sending a demand letter for injury compensation from the other party’s insurance company.
Statistically, the first three months of the year tend to be the safest, with respect to automotive deaths on US roads, with fewer fatalities generally occurring in the first quarter of the year.
One of the roller coasters at Six Flags Great Adventure has been shut down following an incident that took place on the evening of August 25, in which 19 passengers on the ride reported injuries after the coaster completed its cycle.
Car Insurance Company Held Responsible for Injuries Sustained While in a Vehicle Including Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Most people know that auto insurance covers injuries suffered by the driver and passengers of the insured vehicle in the event of a crash or collision.
For more than a decade, America’s roads had been getting safer, based on the tracking of motor vehicle accident fatality rates by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
National Crisis in Roadway Fatalities and Serious Injuries Spurs Department of Transportation to React
For years, America’s highways, city streets, and back roads had been getting safer. Automotive fatality and serious injury rates had been on a steady decline.
When they first made their debut on store shelves in the middle of the previous decade, hoverboards (along with similar products like e-scooters and e-bikes, collectively referred to as micromobility products) seemed more like a fancy toy or short-lived trend, rather than a utilitarian transportation option.
Travel of any kind has its risks. For instance, some people refuse to fly because they're afraid of a plane crash.
Nearly five percent of all emergency room patients in the United States seek treatment for injuries suffered in a slip and fall accident. When one of these accidents takes place on property owned and maintained by some other party, the person who was injured may have the ability to file suit for damages resulting from their injuries, if the owner or occupier of the property was negligent in some fashion. Understanding the circumstances under which a property owner is considered negligent in slip and fall accidents and other premises liability matters is critical both for landowners and for individuals who find themselves injured after a slip and fall or other accident.