What Causes a Truck to Jackknife?

Categories: Truck Accidents

Every year, there are around 500,000 trucking accidents in the United States, with an average of 5,000 accidents resulting in death. Several factors contribute to the danger of trucking accidents, including a truck’s weight, size, and limited maneuverability. Because of their size and length, trucks don’t have the same ability as cars to swerve and…

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Getting a Florida Accident Report to Claim for Damages

Categories: Car Accidents

A traffic accident can happen at any time and is usually the result of one party’s negligence or reckless driving.  Maybe you’re driving down the road, and a large, heavy, unsecured box flies off the back of the pick-up truck in front of you. Or an impaired driver heads the wrong way down the highway…

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Slip and Fall Injuries: What You Need to Know

Categories: Slip and Fall

Slip and Fall Injuries: What You Need to Know Slip and fall injuries are more common than you might expect. According to the National Safety Council, over 8 million nonfatal emergency room visits in 2018 were the result of falls—nearly one-third of all nonfatal emergency room visits! Work-related accidents and older adults—those over the age…

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How does a slip and fall case work?

Categories: Slip and Fall

If you fall on someone else’s property and sustain an injury, you might wonder if you have a slip and fall case. The truth is, the other party may be liable for your injuries. However, if you want compensation, you better be prepared to prove it was the other party’s fault. Slip and fall cases…

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Bus Accident Statistics

Categories: Bus Accidents

While most of us use cars as our primary form of transportation, there are many areas in the country where buses are popular as well. Most people understand what to do in the event of a car accident, but bus accidents can be significantly more challenging to navigate.  Are busses more dangerous than cars, then?…

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