Author: Andrew Myers
Head-On Collisions: Is Finding Fault As Easy As It Might Seem?
Head-on collisions top the list of motor vehicle accidents, with a fatality rate second only to intersection accidents. These accidents happen when two or more vehicles’ front ends slam into each other. Either one driver crosses the center of the road and drives into oncoming traffic, or a driver goes […]
Truck Accidents – How to Handle Issues after a Collision
Tractor trailer truck accidents conjure up nightmares for probably every driver. Most drivers proceed with great caution around big rigs hoping to avoid a crash. Any accident brings trauma. But 18-wheelers weigh literally tons, carrying potential danger on a scale unparalleled by other vehicles. Commercial trucking accidents declined for decades. […]
TV Lawyers Dominate the Airwaves: Are they Right For You?
TV lawyers blanket the airwaves. It seems like you can’t watch TV for more than a minute without seeing a pile of lawyer advertising. They pretty much dominate daytime TV with lawyer ads. Not that you don’t see ads for attorneys on prime time television. Daytime TV works out better […]
Buying Car Insurance: The Basics
After a car accident is no time to learn about buying car insurance. But it’s after a car accident that many car owners first learn they don’t have basic adequate car insurance. Buying car insurance sometimes becomes a game of seeing how little one can pay. That might ease the […]
Bad Driving: What America’s Drivers are Doing Behind the Wheel
If you think American’s bad driving habits are getting worse and worse each day, you’re right. All you have to do is drive out on the highway and you see cars all over the road, vehicles changing lanes then back again with no warning. Statistics actually confirm those observations. It’s […]
Homestead Protection: Amounts Covered Vary by State
Think of “homestead” and you might envision a scenic home representing a historical residence or grand family estate. In the legal world, homestead law protects equity in a home from being taken by creditors. Such protections exist in state law. Nearly every U.S. state has its own homestead statute, designed to […]
Dash Cams: 5 Reasons Dash Cams Are A Good Idea
Dash cams, cameras mounted just inside a vehicle’s windshield, record the view out front of the vehicle. Some attach to the windshield, others fasten to the dashboard. If there’s an accident or other event, dash cams can provide unique evidence not available from any other source. Car accidents happen and […]
Snow Plow Accidents: Why They Happen
Snow plow accidents happen. They may be rare but they do happen. When the snow flies we all rely heavily on snow plows to clear and treat the roads. As the white stuff piles up, snow plows barrel through to keep highways and byways from becoming impassable. Plow truck drivers […]
Voting Day Cancelled in Some NH Towns: What Does The Law Say?
Voting day cancelled in New Hampshire? A number of towns across the state of New Hampshire postponed local elections in the face of a major snowstorm. State law establishes local elections on the second Tuesday of March, or this year, March 14, 2017. As weather forecasters predicted a Nor’easter, local […]
Rear End Accidents: When Someone Wasn’t Paying Attention
Rear end accidents happen at an alarming rate. Approximately 2,000 people die as a result of rear end collisions every year. Rear end accidents injure over 500,000 people annually. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) statistics also show that 90 percent of rear end accidents happen as a result of […]