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When the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic was upon us in 2020, far fewer motorists seemed to be out on the road. People who still had to go in to work found commutes to be easy peasy with the dramatic decrease in traffic volume. Surprisingly, preliminary data shows an increase in traffic fatalities last year compared to 2019.
A New Year is upon us. With many people working from home or facing furlough and layoffs, you may actually be driving less than you did in 2019.
Icy streets and dangerous road conditions are just around the corner. Combine these risks with the added threat of COVID-19, and this winter season may be more hazardous than usual. The following tips can reduce your risks of a car accident and help keep you safe on the road, no matter what the upcoming season has in store.
If you’ve been hurt in a car wreck, you may not know your legal rights, or what to do next. If you turn to friends and family for legal advice, you may encounter some myths that can hurt your ability to seek the maximum compensation you deserve for your injuries.
What you do in the moments after a car accident can have a significant effect on the amount of compensation you’ll be able to pursue. There are some good rules of thumb to consider after a car wreck, such as taking pictures of the crash scene and exchanging information with the other driver.
Motor vehicle accidents continue to be a leading cause of death and injury in the United States. While state and federal campaigns to end vehicle fatalities have shown some success, and vehicle technologies like automatic braking and lane departure warnings have helped with crash prevention, tens of thousands of people are still killed in car crashes in our country each year.