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How To Drive Safely Around Bicyclists

While cars and bicycles have an equal right to use the road, they are anything but equal when the two collide. Bicycles don’t have the weight, bumpers, cages, seat belts, and airbags of cars. Their thin two wheels make them less stable and more sensitive to road debris and damaged pavement. Although bicyclists might briefly […]

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How To Be An Alert Driver On The Road

On the morning of April 4, a man driving an SUV lost consciousness and crashed into a Jersey City charter school. The man appears to have had a seizure before losing consciousness. Because staying awake while driving is so essential for your safety as well as the safety of those around you, taking the proper […]

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Common Types Of Delayed Injuries From Car Accidents

When people are victims of a car accident, they often believe that if they don’t feel immediate pain, they weren’t hurt. But this isn’t necessarily true. The human body releases endorphins (natural pain killers) which can mask the pain for several days following the accident. Some of the most common types of delayed injuries include: […]

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Do’s and Don’ts For Driving In High Winds

According to the Department of Transportation, bad weather causes approximately a quarter of all car accidents. High winds make for less than ideal driving conditions, which means it’s important for drivers to use extreme caution when behind the wheel. Here are some tips to keep in mind the next time you find yourself in this […]

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Rear-End Collisions Explained By Our Accident Attorney

In the United States, the most common type of car accident is a rear-end collision, according to Liability When one’s vehicle is hit from behind, the striking driver is almost always at fault. This is because traffic laws state that drivers need to safely come to a stop when a vehicle in front slows or […]

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You Should Really Consider Hiring An Attorney If Your Injuries Are Severe

Persons, involved in automobile accident, even with competent insurers are wise to consider help from an automobile accident attorney.  The preceding statement is true even when the car accident victim was able to attain a seemingly fair settlement from his or her insurer.  The reason being is that if the accident was considered severe and the […]

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Avoiding Head On Car Collisions

At about 1:30 AM on February 20, a New York man was killed on Interstate 80 in Saddle Brook when a wrong-way driver crashed head-on into the man’s vehicle. The other driver could face criminal charges as well as charges of driving while intoxicated. Because head-on collisions are some of the most deadly of car crashes, […]

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How To Avoid A Collision With A Deer While Driving

According to the Insurance Information Institute, 1.6 million deer-vehicle collisions take place in the United States every year, causing two hundred deaths, thousands of injuries, and more than $3.6 billion in vehicle damage. While most of these accidents occur October through December due to mating season, they can happen anytime of year. May and June […]

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Parking Lot Accidents And Injuries To Pedestrians

Parking lots are full of danger for a variety of reasons. They are areas shared by distracted drivers and distracted pedestrians. They are often poorly designed and infrequently patrolled by law enforcement. Cars may drive in random directions while ignoring signs and pavement markings. Poor maintenance by the owner increases car/pedestrian accidents and is a […]

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The 411 On Rollover Crashes

According to, rollovers are dangerous accidents that have a higher fatality rate than other types of motor vehicle crashes. In fact, they kill more than 10,000 people every year in the United States, and account for thirty-three percent of all passenger fatalities. While any vehicle can rollover, those that are taller and narrower such as […]

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