Hit and Run Fatalities Hit Highest Numbers in Years

A new AAA study says hit-and-run deaths are at an all-time high. Being struck in a hit-and-run accident is especially devastating for pedestrians and cyclists, who are most likely to be critically injured or killed in these types of accidents. A new AAA study has identified that hit-and-run deaths are at an all-time high, which… Read More »

Most Common Vehicle Defects That Could Cause an Accident

If you or someone you know has recently been hurt in a San Francisco accident, you may have grounds to pursue a personal injury claim with the help of a San Francisco auto accident attorney. In addition to finding negligence with parties who were recklessly or illegally driving at the time of the accident, vehicle… Read More »

A Crash Occurs with Driverless Bus on First Day of The Job

A Las Vegas driverless shuttle made an official debut recently on the streets of the busy city. Unfortunately, just two hours into the shift, it got into its first crash. Although the accident was caused by the other driver, a delivery truck that backed into the shuttle’s front, this raises concerns about driverless vehicles. The… Read More »

AAA Study Looks at New Benefits of Onboard Safety Systems for Trucking Accident Prevention

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has released a new study that could potentially prevent as many as 63,000 truck related accidents every single year. In 2015, commercial trucks were involved in more than 400,000 vehicle accidents representing a 4% increase from the year before. Using onboard safety technology such as automatic braking, video based… Read More »

Higher Trucker Pay Could Mean More Accidents

A recent study conducted by Glassdoor.com found that truck drivers, in conjunction with insurance agents and baristas, have experienced an increase in pay of nearly 6%. This is largely due to the fact that higher demand for online shopping has put more pressure on companies that deliver goods from e-commerce websites. That means that there… Read More »