Posts tagged "Car Accidents"

Don't hold the wheel at 10 and 2

You were probably told that you need to put your hands on the steering wheel at "ten and two." This was common advice for decades, and it just means imagining the wheel as a clock and holding it where the 10:00 and 2:00 positions would be. It's advice that was given to millions of students, year after year.

5 types of evidence for crash reconstruction

The process of crash reconstruction is very important after an accident. Drivers often do not remember what happened or give conflicting accounts. Accidents seem to happen so quickly. People who were directly involved and should give accurate accounts may fail to do so. The crash reconstruction team can work backward to determine what happened and who was at fault.

Weekends lead to higher crash rates

You need to be wary of the accident risks that you face every single time you get behind the wheel. Regardless of the day of the week or the time of day, you could get hit by a careless, negligent driver. For many age groups, car accidents are a top reason for accidental injury and death.

Governor vetos car insurance damages bill

The Louisiana governor did not agree with other lawmakers in the state, who had passed a new bill that would reform the way car accident damages are handled. The bill sought to limit how much could be obtained in a lawsuit, and the trade-off was that those who supported the bill said car insurance rates would go down as a result.

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