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Injuries in car accidents can be minor to fatal

Car crash impacts can lead to very minor damage to a car or they can completely destroy the vehicle. While the condition of the car can clue people in to how serious the injuries might be, this isn't always the case. Instead, the injuries of the accident have to be properly evaluated to determine the severity.

Did you suffer injuries in a single-vehicle accident?

You may get into a vehicle as a passenger for many reasons. Perhaps a friend picks you up for a night out or maybe a friend of a friend plans on driving a group to an intended destination. In some cases, you may not even know the driver or know him or her well. Whatever the reason, you likely do not give much thought to simply getting in the passenger seat and buckling up.

Prepare for a battle when preparing a car accident lawsuit

A car accident is the first event that starts off a chain of incidents that you might never have thought you would be facing. When this happens, you have to be prepared for a battle because there is a good chance that the other party's insurance carrier isn't going to immediately pay. We can help you to get prepared.

Car accidents can have several impacts on your life

Car crashes are difficult to recover from because the process can take so long. If you were injured in the accident, you will have to seek out medical care to ensure that you are addressing all of the injuries so that you can move forward with your life. This can actually be a complex process because of the need to have more than one appointment.

2.4 percent of drivers admit to drinking and driving

When drivers across the country were asked if they would ever drive after having too much to drink, many admitted they'd done so in just the past month. Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) helps show the scope of the problem and the risk to other drivers.


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