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John Bair

Infographic: Spike in Crashes During 100 Days of Summer

Drivers ages 16 to 17 are three times as likely as adults to be involved in a deadly crash, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. This alarming statistic comes during the “100 Deadliest Days,” the period […]

Matthew A. Dolman

Should I Call an Attorney for Help with a PIP Claim?

If you are involved in a car accident and sustain injuries, you may believe seeking insurance benefits will be as easy as picking up the phone and calling your insurance company to make a claim. Unfortunately, it is often not […]

Randy Appleton

Four Teens Killed in Single Vehicle Missouri Crash

Four teenagers died in a Missouri car accident on June 6 near the Daviess-Grundy County line. This was the second quadruple, fatal car crash in northwest Missouri in 2017. The deadly Missouri car accident happened at 1:40 PM when the […]

Randy Appleton

More Ignition Locks Urged in MA to Prevent DUI Deaths

Over the last 10 years, in-vehicle breathalyzer devices have prevented at least 31,000 people in Massachusetts from driving drunk, according to Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Around the country, ignition interlock devices that prevent convicted drunk drivers from starting their vehicle […]

Matthew A. Dolman

Filing for Florida PIP is Easier than You Think

You may be aware that after a car accident injury, your personal injury protection (PIP) insurance can cover much or your medical bills that result from diagnosing and treating your injuries. However, this coverage does not kick in automatically after […]

Matthew A. Dolman

Coverage for Medical Bills after a Florida Auto Accident: What You Should Know

If you sustain injuries in a car accident, it is critical that you seek the necessary medical attention you need immediately so that you can receive an accurate diagnosis and begin the necessary course of treatment as soon as possible. […]

Mike Bryant

Are Some Adjusters Trained to Keep You From a Lawyer?

It seems clear that some companies train adjusters to deal with unrepresented parties.  Those first adjuster are almost always reassigned when we take over a case.   But,  basically they are trained to deal with people that can be convinced to […]

Joe Crumley

Primary Homemaker Services: Minnesota’s Unique Benefit

The Benefit. Minnesota auto law requires insurance benefits for injured people, as this blog has discussed in detail. Most benefits repay things like money lost at work or bills owed to the doctor. But one benefit is very different, because it doesn’t require any money […]

Mike Bryant

275 Crashes in I-94 Construction Zone Leads to Speed Change

We’ve already been spending early  summer in start and stop traffic.   Sure, it can be a hassle, but the reality is, that a better road will make the trip easier come fall and winter. The unfortunate sight, is to see […]

Steven Cohn

Pennsylvania Superior Court Upholds Defective Seat Belt Verdict

A good seatbelt is supposed to protect drivers and passengers in an automobile accident, helping to secure them to the seat so they are less likely to suffer injuries. Unfortunately, seat belts don’t always work as they should. That was […]