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Why You Need to Collect Truck Driver Data After a Car Accident

April 01, 2020 in Personal Injury,

A truck accident is one of the most devastating accidents you can experience on the road. Basic physics just isn’t in your favor—trucks are 20 to 30 times heavier than passenger cars and have much higher ground clearance.  It should come as little surprise, then,...

What is a Black Box and How Can It Contribute to My Auto Accident Case?

March 13, 2020 in Personal Injury,

If you’ve bought a car in the last several years, chances are that it comes with an extra feature you didn’t know about—a “black box” which records critical information about your car’s performance in the moments leading up to an accident.  This also means that...

How Weather Reports Can Support Your Case in Weather Related Car Accidents

March 09, 2020 in Personal Injury,

A car accident involves a cross-section of any number of factors. Some you can control, some you can’t. For example, while you can control your wipers and headlights, you can’t control the weather that might demand you to use them.  However, you can use weather...

How Car Accident Photos Can Help Support Your Lawsuit

March 06, 2020 in Personal Injury,

From parking lot fender-benders to terrifying highway pileups, car accidents happen every day and they have a way of catching us off guard. But unlike many other incidents, car accident evidence is often swept away after police arrive to collect statements and participants are sent...

Pedestrian Deaths Continue to Rise in 2019

February 27, 2020 in Personal Injury,

Of all those involved in a car accident, pedestrians face the greatest disadvantage.   And according to a new study released by the Governors Highway Safety Association, the pedestrian death crisis is getting worse.   What’s behind the rising threat to pedestrians, and what can you do...

Understanding Fault in a Fatigued Trucker Accident

February 21, 2020 in Personal Injury,

You share the road with care, sleeping well and staying off the road when drowsy, knowing that there are significant risks attached to careless driving. Unfortunately, you cannot account for what other drivers do when they hit the road, and now, you’re paying the price...

Staying Safe from Tire-Related Crashes

February 19, 2020 in Personal Injury,

Between bad driving, unreliable roads, and just plain carelessness, there are a lot of factors that can go wrong when you hit the road.  But sometimes, accidents are the result of a less familiar factor: your tires. Tire-related accidents are far more common than most...

Why You Suffer Headaches After a Car Accident and What to Do Next

February 17, 2020 in Personal Injury,

Your car accident came out of nowhere. You were shaken up, but you gave your statement, went to the doctor, and seemed to be more or less fine.  Now, though, you’re not so sure—not since you started getting headaches.  Unfortunately, not all car accident injuries...

Two Killed in a Secondary Car Accident on I-696 and Woodward

February 14, 2020 in Personal Injury,

Driving is one of the most dangerous things that we do—and we do it every day. This fact was reinforced on Tuesday morning, February 11, when two men were killed in a crash along I-696 in Oakland County.  Worse? The fatal crash was a secondary...

Eight Cars Caught in a Chain Reaction Crash in Jackson County

February 14, 2020 in Personal Injury,

What happens when you’re caught in an accident...as a result of another accident? Residents of Jackson County found themselves answering that question days ago, when eight cars were caught in two accidents in a chain reaction crash.  Unfortunately, because chain reactions or multi-car pile ups...