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Car Accidents

Taxi Accident: Know Who's Liable

The number of taxis on the roads combined with the hours that drivers log behind the wheel increases their odds of being in a crash. If you use taxi services regularly, you could be involved in a taxi accident while riding as a passenger. If you drive your own vehicle, a taxi could hit you. You
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hit and run

If you have a hit and run accident, you can file a claim with your auto insurance company. It’s a good idea to know what’s covered before you have to make a hit and run insurance claim. There are different types of coverage included in any insurance policy. There are also a number of features
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Car Accident Concussion Settlement

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury that frequently occurs during a car crash. The concussion settlement value depends on a number of factors. Concussions vary from mild to severe, impacting the cost of treatment and how long it takes to get well. If another driver is at fault for your concussion, you
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Texting-and-Driving

Texting and driving accidents have become so commonplace these days that it is like an epidemic. As lawmakers across the country struggle to institute measures to prevent people from texting while driving, the death toll continues to count higher and higher. At best, texting and driving accident statistics present cause for concern, but at worst,
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Common Types of Car Accidents

Common types of car accidents involve collisions from head-on or the side. Less common, but so very dangerous, are rollovers. A head-on collision is also especially dangerous and is likely to cause serious injury or death to the occupants of both vehicles. But the most common type of two-vehicle accident of all is the rear-end
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number one killer of teenagers

The teenage years, from 13 to 19 years old, make up less than 1% of the total deaths in this country. Most people aren’t surprised by the answer they get when they ask, “What is the number one killer of teenagers in the U.S.?” The answer is, by far, car accidents. Most of us have
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