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Chris Nace

Cars, Cyclists and Pedestrians Make for an Unsafe Mix

Cars should not be the only concern for cyclists and pedestrians—in crowded urban areas, these two non-motorized ways of getting around town could pose an all-too-real risk to each other. Case in point: on March 9th at Franklin Square in […]

Mark Bello

Dangers Exposed for Back Seat Passengers, especially Children

In some auto accidents, seatbacks can collapse and cause severe injury, including paralysis and death. Even cars with 5-star safety ratings may not be safe for you or the children sitting behind you. Auto crash expert Alan Cantor, who has […]

Scott R. Marshall

AUTO INSURANCE: Bodily Injury (BI) Covers Your Assets, Uninsured Motorist (UM) Covers Your A**

OK, you’ve got PIP, PD, Medical Payments, Collision, Comprehensive, how much Bodily Injury (BI) coverage to you need?  (Don’t remember what all that means?  Click here for Auto Insurance 101). First, you are not currently required to have Bodily Injury […]

Ryan R. Bradley

Take Control of Your Malpractice Case From the Start

While medical errors happen frequently, only rarely do patients take control to resolve them. Ryan Bradley tells you how.

Bryan Pope

As Road Construction Increases, So Do Work Zone Accidents

In 2014, there were 669 fatalities nationwide as a result of crashes in work zones, or 1.8 work-zone fatalities per day. In the state of Texas where they are currently experiencing phenomenal growth—the city of Austin in particular—there are currently […]

Rick Shapiro

Elderly Woman Killed in York County Hit/Run Accident

An elderly woman died on the night of March 13 in York County, Virginia in a three vehicle hit and run crash, the Virginia State Police stated earlier this month. The 81 year old who died in the car accident […]

Scott R. Marshall

AUTO INSURANCE: No Fault (PIP) vs. Bodily Injury (BI) – The Politics of Mandatory Auto Insurance Coverage

We live in a world where insurance has become a necessary evil.  Why?  In the United States, we do not have true social welfare benefits that take care of you when you can’t take care of yourself.  You have to […]

Joe Crumley

St. Thomas Shooting – Is anyone to Blame?

Paul J. Rousseau, a student, was shot in the head while in a dorm room at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.  A Star Tribune story last week noted that: [Rousseau]… was injured seriously enough to require surgery after a gun was […]

Scott R. Marshall

AUTO INSURANCE: Florida No Fault Benefits — What Is PIP Coverage and Do We Even Need It?

The debate about auto insurance coverage in the State of Florida is about to get hot. Currently, Floridians are required to carry a minimum of $10,000 in Florida No Fault Benefits, otherwise known as Personal Injury Protection or PIP benefits. […]

Rick Shapiro

West Virginia May Change DUI Court Proceedings Law

A bill being considered by the West Virginia House Judiciary Committee would eliminate that state’s Department of Transportation’s Office of Administrative Hearings, moving all of the matters regarding driver’s license suspensions and revocations for DUIs to the state court system.  […]