Holiday Traffic: How To Avoid Freight Truck Collisions

16 December 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

With the busy holiday season approaching, millions of families will be driving on the highways to visit family and friends. With this many people on the roads this time of year, there is an elevated risk of car and truck accidents. Along with family and leisure traveling, there are higher amounts of freight trucks on the roads as well, delivering goods all over the country. With all of this extra traffic, drivers must be careful in order to avoid tragedy. Read More 

Important Information You And Your New Teen Driver Need To Know

24 August 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If your teenage son or daughter will soon be earning the legal right to drive in your state, it is important that he or she is aware of the full magnitude of what driving truly represents. While driving is often seen just as a ticket to freedom for many teen drivers, it is also taking control of a very heavy machine that has the capacity to do immense damage to the people and objects around them. Read More 

Hitting The Road This Summer? 3 Steps To Take If You’re In A Car Accident

8 June 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're going to be taking a lot of road trips this summer, you need to be prepared for possible car accidents. According to statistics, there were 540 fatalities and 58,000 serious injuries associated with car accidents on the 4th of July, 2013. The same report shows that Memorial Day – the first official holiday of the summer – and Labor Day – the last official holiday of the summer – are also dangerous days to be on the road. Read More