Can Epilepsy Lead to Car Accidents?

Anyone with a medical condition should know that it could impact their ability to drive safely. Discussing your options with your doctor can help you make the personal decision to keep driving or to modify your transportation arrangements to decrease your accident risk. While some accidents are truly accidents, serious medical conditions like epilepsy mean… Read More »

What Are the Risks with E-Bikes?

Simon Cowell recently suffered a devastating crash with an e-bike, leading many people to wonder whether these machines are truly as safe as they are advertised. Some of the newly developed e-bikes can travel as fast as 50 miles per hour. Cowell’s accident caused him to have a 6-hour spinal surgery, and while it was… Read More »

What Are the Different Types of TBIs?

A traumatic brain injury is a serious type of consequence that could be associated with a broad variety of vehicle accidents. Whether you are a driver, a passenger, a bicyclist or a pedestrian, it is important to get medical attention as soon as possible after the crash to ensure that you do not have a… Read More »

When Does Whiplash Really Show Up?

Whiplash is a very common injury from vehicle accidents, particularly if you were involved in a rear end accident. Whiplash can run the gamut from mild pain to more chronic issues that can make it impossible for you to work. Symptoms of whiplash often do not show in the immediate aftermath of an accident. Your… Read More »

Study Finds Automatic Emergency Braking and Forward Collision Warning Critical for Reducing Truck Crashes

Rear end collisions are allegedly lowered by more than 40%, according to a new IIHS study. Those trucks that have automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning installed are much less likely to cause devastating accidents. Crashes in which large trucks plowed into the back of another vehicle or rear end accidents caused over 110… Read More »