Tag: accident attorney
Coronavirus Driving Habits: Less Traffic on the Roads but Worse Drivers
Coronavirus driving habits saw fewer people on the roads but more risky, bad driving habits. Why did car accidents and risky driving patterns increase when COVID-19 hit the USA and we were all told to stay home and off the highways? Despite coronavirus shutdowns telling everyone to stay home, highway […]
Ignoring Traffic Signs: It Happens That Much?
Ignoring traffic signs happens more often than it should. Have you ever seen a driver blow through a stop sign and it ticks you off? What about drivers like the one in the picture taking a left turn despite a clearly marked “no left turn” sign? In that scenario as […]
Intersection Accidents: Determining Fault After the Crash
Intersection accidents happen for various reasons. Often one driver blows through a light or stop sign. Sometimes a driver speeds into an intersection, so others have little time to get out of the way. Accidents often happen when drivers attempt to “beat the light” continuing even after the yellow turns […]
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 […]
Medicare Basics: What are the Parts? Does Medicare pay Accident Bills?
Medicare provides medical coverage for all Americans once they reach age 65. People on Social Security Disability for two years also receive Medicare. There are other twists. But why do TV ads, junk mail and other sources barrage us all with alleged info on Medicare? Medicare basics are out there. […]
Rotaries: Traffic Dangers and Statistics
Traffic rotaries send traffic looping around in a circle instead of meeting at an intersection. In the U.S. they exist largely but not entirely in New England. Rotaries started out in Europe but were imported to the U.S. as an alternative to controlled intersections. Highway “experts” claim rotaries aid in […]
PERSONAL INJURY: Res Ipsa Loquiter
The concept of “Res Ipsa Loquiter” lives on today, even though courts and lawyers in general tend to use Latin less often now than in previous decades. It translates into “the thing speaks for itself.” This legal doctrine holds that one is presumed to be negligent if he, she or […]