Author: Andrew Myers
Surrendering a Car in Bankruptcy: The Best Option For You?
Surrendering a car in bankruptcy means you give up the car. But, the chapter 7 surrender also means the loan goes away. People often ask me if they can keep their car if they file bankruptcy. And if they have a modest car without a lot of “equity”, the answer […]
Unique Massachusetts Law – No Fault Car Insurance
Unique Massachusetts Law challenges those injured in car accidents. Called “No-Fault”, people injured for the first time after a motor vehicle accident often find their jaws dropping as they face the system. “No-Fault” insurance law in pure form is not unique. Twelve U.S. states at this writing – and we […]
Red Light Accidents: Fatal Accident Rate Reaches 10 Year Record
Red light accidents kill far more people than necessary. This alarming trend sees drivers barreling into intersections even after the traffic signal turns red. The number of people killed by red light runners hit a 10-year high in 2017, the latest year in which statistics have been released. A study […]
5 Top Bankruptcy Facts: Weighing the Reality and the Impact
Bankruptcy facts give us some perspective on what leads up to financial problems and what this legal option involves. Americans love their credit cards. You often can’t check out of a big box store without the cashier … if there is still a cashier … trying to sell you their […]
New Cars: Any Better? Safer? Better on Gas?
New cars usually bring a sense of excitement and achievement. At the same time, will massive new regulations push car prices beyond the reach of average Americans? Will new cars be any safer and reduce highway fatalities and car accident injuries? Go back to 2018 when the federal government proposed […]
What is the Safest Seat in a Car During an Accident?
People often wonder where the safest seat in an airplane would be in case of a crash. But what about a car accident? What is the safest seat inside a car if and when a car accident takes place? It seems statistics and studies rule the day in resolving disputes. […]
Stopping Pedestrian Accidents – New Ideas
Stopping pedestrian accidents presents a growing challenge. Safety officials, schools, drivers and pedestrians themselves face the challenge in different ways. Medford, Massachusetts school officials accept the challenge by painting 3D crosswalks that trick the eye into thinking the crosswalk actually stands up above the pavement. After one elementary school student […]
Fatal Car Accidents: Increase in New Hampshire
There is nothing worse than losing a loved one. But to lose them in a fatal car accident brings heightened grief. The death of a friend or family member seems entirely senseless. When you think about what causes most car accidents the feeling of loss deepens. Despite years of safety […]
Self-Driving Cars: Will They Replace Humans Behind the Wheel?
When self-driving cars or autonomous cars are accepted everywhere, will the government ever ban human driven cars? Let’s look at what’s behind the push for self-driving cars, also called “autonomous cars”. We all know computer people want to take over the world. In stores, self-checkouts now slowly overtake the function […]