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Watch Out For These Recalls This Christmas

December 19th, 2016

It’s the season of giving. One of the best things about the holiday season is seeing the looks on the faces of loved ones as they open the gifts you chose for them.  Unfortunately, some of those great surprises turn into dangerous ones when you inadvertently give a product that has been recalled.

If you haven’t finished your holiday shopping yet, or even if you have, be sure to check out the latest recalls. If you are considering a … Read more

Posted In: Products Liability

Auto Accidents from the Passenger’s Perspective

December 16th, 2016

car-crash-from-car-accident-on-the-road-in-a-city-between-saloon-versus-pickup-wait-insuranceWhen automobile accidents occur, they make news if there are serious injuries and major property damage. Most of the talk centers around the drivers of the vehicles, but particularly the driver who is accused of causing the accident. People shake their heads in sympathy for the passengers that were involved and little more thought is given to the crash.

What about those passengers? While it is true that the driver of a vehicle is often injured in serious crashes, so … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

Top 5 Reasons Charlotte Is the Best City for Young Families

December 14th, 2016

skyline-of-downtown-charlotte-in-north-carolinaSo, you just got married or maybe had a baby, and you have the chance to move anywhere in the country. Where do you go? You want somewhere that has a great nightlife for those times you need to get out of the house, but you also need a great school system and other family-friendly amenities. Small-town living seems pretty mundane, but the big cities are just too much to handle, especially with small children. Finding the right balance can Read more

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Vehicle Accidents After Dark

December 14th, 2016

shutterstock_531114148It’s not a secret that auto accidents occur more often once the sun sets than they do during the day time. The general lack of light affects drivers, but so do the glaring lights of other vehicles. Poor lighting on back roads and even highways can impair a driver’s ability to see clearly, leading to an increase in collisions.

While a lack of lighting definitely contributes to vehicle accidents, so does driver error. Beyond a lack of light, fatigue and … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

Common Gaps in Auto Insurance

December 12th, 2016

close-up-hand-holding-smartphone-and-take-photo-of-car-accidentOne of the first things that we hear from new callers and potential clients is, “I had full coverage”. There is a misconception when it comes to auto insurance and the amount of coverage that is really in place when people talk “full.”  There are typically more gaps in insurance coverage than people are aware of. In truth, if you purchased all of the options available to you, you would still not have what you believe to be full coverage … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

Medications That May Cause Car Accidents

December 9th, 2016

shutterstock_437136379You are a safe driver. You don’t have any speeding tickets, much less any charges of driving under the influence. You are such a good driver, in fact, that you get a discount on your auto insurance. What you may not know is that the next time you get a cold, you stand a very real chance of earning yourself a DUI if you get behind the wheel.

The problem is not the illness itself, although that can sometimes make … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

You Can Be Sued for Another Driver’s Accident

December 7th, 2016

shutterstock_429702760If you were able to see into the future, there is very little doubt that you wouldn’t hand your keys over if you knew the person borrowing your vehicle was going to get into an accident. That, unfortunately, is exactly what happened. You gave your keys to someone else, and they were in a collision. You are angry and a bit put out, but relieved that you weren’t the one behind the wheel. It means you are off the hook … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents

Winter Safety Tips for Truckers

December 5th, 2016

shutterstock_362400680Truckers drive the road every day, and most do so with safety in mind. That said, driving on dry, even roads is a much different beast than driving over icy winter roads. When the weather takes a turn, driving demands rise, requiring a different skill set. Unfortunately, many drivers don’t alter the way that they drive and accidents happen.

Driving in bad weather is risky. It is harder to see, and traction is poorer. If you are a trucker, here Read more

Posted In: Truck Accidents

Knowing When It’s Food Poisoning

December 2nd, 2016

shutterstock_522299173Sabra hummus has been recalled. Anyone who has any of the popular food item in the refrigerator should check the manufactured date. Any container manufactured before November 8, 2016 should be thrown away due to the possibility of listeria contamination. Recalls like this tend to bring up food poisoning in the minds of the public.

If you have dealt with food poisoning before, you know the feeling. The stomach cramps, the nausea and even the chills can all have you … Read more

Posted In: Products Liability

Where You Are More Likely to Run Into a Deer

November 30th, 2016

shutterstock_236826346Deer versus vehicle accidents can cause major damage, not to mention terrible injuries. People in states with heavy deer populations know to watch out for these beautiful creatures, especially in the early morning and late evening hours. While some people can go their lives without ever seeing a deer cross the road, many are not as lucky.

As the holiday road-trip season approaches, people will be heading out by the thousands. It’s “over the woods and to grandmother’s house we … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents
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