Why Allowing Insurance Companies to Move Your Vehicle from a Tow Yard Is in Your Best Interest
Posted in Accident & Injury, Automobile, Car Accident, Motorcycle Accident, Truck Accident on October 25, 2023
By William J. Price Imagine this scenario: You've been in a car accident, and the aftermath is nothing short of a chaotic whirlwind. Your car now sits in a tow yard, a stark reminder of the collision that turned your day upside down. Your insurance company is requesting your permission to relocate your vehicle...
Sharing the Road With Trucks
Posted in Accident & Injury, Car Accident, Truck Accident on February 4, 2021
When sharing the road with a semi-trailer truck, it is essential to follow safety guidelines. The fact is, most deaths in large truck crashes involve occupants of passenger vehicles. Smaller vehicles—and the people in them—are vulnerable. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, trucks often weigh 20-30 times as much as passenger cars....
Student Hit While Exiting School Bus
Posted in Accident & Injury on October 30, 2013
Last week was National School Bus Safety week. The idea began in 1964 and has grown to a national event. Schools and other organizations across the country mark the occasion by distributing safety materials and urging motorists to drive carefully. Unfortunately, not everyone headed the warnings. On Wednesday, a vehicle ignored school bus warning...
Personal Injury: Negligence per se Lawsuits
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 18, 2013
http://youtu.be/C1FXw92y8DY Personal injury lawsuits are usually based on negligence. In a negligence claim, the plaintiff alleges that the defendant failed to use ordinary care. In order to prove negligence, you attorney must prove four basic elements: 1) The existence of a duty owed to one person by another 2) The failure of a...