Tips for Preventing Back to School Accidents

With more children now on the roads headed back to school, it is important to always be aware of the risk of striking children and other pedestrians standing around bus stops. Be aware of the fact that buses use their flashing lights and sounds to indicate that they are stopping to either let children on… Read More »

New Heart Correcting Device Could Increase Car Accident Risks

A new study designed to help patients with irregular heartbeats may have a higher risk of being injured in motor vehicle accidents. Patients afflicted with arrhythmia may be given an implanted device called a cardioverter defibrillator. Researchers identified that the risk of car accidents increased by 50% in patients with that device. Although further research… Read More »

Overdoses While Driving Is Serious Concern for Car Accidents

There have been plenty of legitimate research studies and horrifying stories about the dangers of distracted driving or drugged and drunk driving. However, it turns out that there may be a new trend as well, known as overdosing while driving. More car accident cases seen by personal injury attorneys and law enforcement officers are reporting… Read More »

Be Aware of the Dangers of Debris Flying Off Vehicles

Although many people think of traditional car accidents involving the collision between a vehicle and another vehicle or even a vehicle and a pedestrian, you could also be severely injured when debris that is on an unsecured load flies off of a vehicle and hits your car or causes you to swerve around that obstacle… Read More »

There Is a Downside to Better Technology and It’s Increased Daydreaming

A recent Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Study shows just how dangerous technology can be for drivers behind the wheel. Although plenty of technology has been dedicated to minimizing car accidents or preventing injuries in those accidents, a government sponsored study tracked 3,500 individuals via cameras and sensors inside their cars. This study analyzed more than… Read More »