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Which Doctors Should I See After a Car Crash?

When you get into a car crash, you can suffer from many injuries. The injuries all depend on the seriousness of the accident and the way that you were hit. You could have injuries to your head, spine and back, legs, and arms. No matter what types of injuries you might have, you are going…

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What Happens If You Are Hurt in a Car Crash You Caused?

If another party causes your car accident, you have the right to pursue compensation for your damages, including property damage, medical bills, and other losses from the at fault driver’s insurance company. However, what happens if you caused the crash? Regardless of whether you were speeding, glancing at your cell phone, or failed to yield…

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What Parents Should Know about Teen Drivers

For most everyone, a driver’s license is a rite of passage. Getting behind the wheel is one of the first tastes of freedom. Most teens can’t wait to get their first license and hit the open highway or just a have a chance to bond with friends away from their parents. Unfortunately, teens and driving…

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Nearly Four in Five Drivers Admit to Road Rage

According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, almost 80% of drivers admitted to some form of road rage or anger while driving during a year. Surprisingly, nearly eight million drivers acknowledged that they engaged in dangerous conduct, including getting out of their car to confront another driver or even ramming another driver. Jurek Grabowski,…

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Car Crashes Involving Improper Turns

Although speeding often causes disastrous car crashes, even the smallest actions such as making an improper turn can precipitate accidents as well. Improper turning is the cause of thousands of car collisions each year. In these collisions, at least one of the vehicles involved is placed into the direct path of another oncoming vehicle. Often…

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Medical Expenses After a Car Accident

The medical expenses after someone has a car accident can mount quickly. If you don’t have health insurance, you or your lawyer may need to negotiate the terms of payment with the health providers. Often, medical providers will agree to defer payment until the case is settled, and then seek reimbursement through a medical lien.…

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