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Do Your Back Seat Passengers Buckle Up? They Should!

Buckling up is one of the easiest safety measures that passengers can do to prevent or reduce injuries in an auto accident. In spite of the known benefits, car accident lawyers still deal with many accident cases involving injured back seat passengers.
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Motorcycle Accidents – What Is The Most Common Type?

There are millions of registered motorcycles used for daily transportation and recreation. These vehicles make up only a fraction of the traffic on the roads; however, lawyers who handle motorcycle accidents are well aware that they are involved in a disproportionate number of accidents.
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I’ve Been Sideswiped By A Tractor Trailer!

Sideswipe tractor trailer accidents are fairly common because of the amount of traffic on the roads today. While trucking companies may try to blame these events on other drivers,lawyers who work with clients injured from tractor trailer accidents know that most of the time the fault lies with the truck driver.
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What Hazards Do You Face Driving Around Big Rigs In The Rain?

Driving in the rain can be more hazardous than driving on a clear, dry day. When you add heavy trucks to the equation, big rig accidents are more likely to occur. Of the more than 5 million motor vehicle crashes that occur every year, 10% of all crashes and 8% of all fatalities are due to the rain.
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Been Broadsided By A Big Rig? You Need To Read This!

Being broadsided by a tractor trailer is one of the most serious big rig accidents you could experience. Broadside or T-bone big rig wrecks often end with tragic results. The best advice from lawyers who represent clients involved in big rig accidents to avoid these crashes and the severe injuries that can be a result is to know how they happen and how to avoid situations that could lead to one.
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