Being in any type of car accident can be devastating. No one ever expects it to happen to them. However, that doesn’t mean it isn’t going to. What might start off as a drive around town could leave you severely injured and struggling to recover.
The majority of Americans never think they will have to file a personal injury claim. Sadly, this assumption leaves people feeling helpless and unprepared every year. An injury can happen to anyone at any time.
Road rage is something we’ve all experienced once or twice. Whether we’re on the receiving end or giving end, road rage is a common experience. The good people at the Virginia Tech Transportation decided to see how road rage and other emotions affect our driving and the likelihood of a crash.
In recent years Americans have become infatuated with bicycles. As the push to go green and be healthy becomes stronger, more and more Americans are hopping on a bike. Riding a bike is a great way to get around town or enjoy some beautiful weather.
Last week we began to look at the timeline of a personal injury case. We covered whom to call first, the investigation process and defined the maximum medical improvement point. This week we’ll go over what happens between filing the lawsuit and the actual trial.
All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) offer a way for people to see parts of the country that are not accessible by traditional vehicles. Every year thousands of people hop on an ATV to go explore nature, do work on a farm or just get an adrenaline rush.