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    What Causes Car Accidents in Construction Zones?

    Roadside construction zones can be frustrating and time-consuming for drivers, especially when multiple lanes of traffic are reduced to one or two. However, construction zones are necessary in keeping the roads safe and passable. In major cities across the United States, roadside construction is an almost constant occurrence in order to keep with the continual […]

    How Dangerous Is Driving While Sleep Deprived?

    Driving while sleep deprived is quite dangerous and is responsible for thousands of car accidents each year. According to estimates from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), about 100,000 reported drowsy driving accidents happen every year, causing more than 50,000 injuries and 800 deaths. It is likely the number of accidents is higher, as […]

    What Evidence Can I Use for My Car Accident Case?

    Car accidents can be costly and emotional, especially if there are serious injuries or fatalities involved. Further complicating the situation is having to prove your claim in order to recover damages and medical bills. It can seem like an insurmountable uphill battle.  Sometimes, determining the at-fault driver is easy. However, in other cases, fault may […]

    Are Virtual Church Meetings Legal?

    Your church likely requires a membership meeting at least once a year and by a certain date. During this meeting, you may need to vote on new regulations, pass a budget, and elect new leaders. You may have to schedule board meetings on a short timeframe to discuss important matters. However, what if you cannot […]

    Who Is Responsible for a Car Accident That Happens on Private Property?

    When thinking about car accidents, most people probably picture collisions on highways. However, a great number of car accidents happen on private property every day, particularly in parking lots. Additionally, proving responsibility is more difficult when the accident takes place on private property. Any property not owned by the government is generally considered private property […]

    Who Is Responsible for a Blind-Spot Car Accident?

    Every vehicle has blind spots. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 840,000 blind-spot car accidents occur each year in the United States, resulting in over 300 fatalities. Fortunately, many modern vehicles are equipped with a blind-spot monitoring (BSM) system, which issues a warning if a vehicle is approaching in an adjoining […]