Car Accidents

NHTSA Working on Technology to Prevent Drunk Driving

June 11, 2015

Earlier this month, transportation safety officials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) presented their latest work on developing new technology that could be used to end drunk driving – and the car accidents caused by it – for good. The technology in question, which has been developed as part of the Driver Alcohol…
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Fatal DUI Accident Leads to Manslaughter Charges

May 4, 2015

A 23-year-old man is currently facing DUI and manslaughter charges for allegedly driving while impaired and causing a fatal collision. According to the investigators, the deadly accident occurred on U.S. Highway 98 this past Friday evening just after 9 p.m. when the young man’s SUV reportedly slammed into the back of a VW sedan. Three…
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6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents (Pt. 3)

February 28, 2015

Ending our blog series 6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents, here are a few more things that can be crucial to know about these types of traffic accidents. Pedestrian Accidents: Additional Important Info 5 – Pedestrian accidents are preventable. Up until this point, the facts and stats about pedestrian accidents that we’ve pointed…
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6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents (Pt. 2)

February 24, 2015

Resuming 6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents (Pt. 1), we’ll reveal some more crucial info below that you may want to know about pedestrian accidents. And, remember, if you have been hurt in any traffic accident caused by a negligent driver, you can turn to Joe M. Reed & Associates LLC for help…
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6 Important Stats & Facts about Pedestrian Accidents (Pt. 1)

February 20, 2015

Being hit by a negligent driver can be damaging enough when people are in their own vehicles; however, when the people hit are pedestrians, rather than other motorists, the impacts of these traffic accidents can end up being far worse – if not deadly. Taking a closer look at the occurrence and impacts of pedestrian…
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Holiday Travel Safety Tips: How to Stay Safe on the Roads (Pt. 3)

December 15, 2014

Concluding our blog series Holiday Travel Safety Tips: How to Stay Safe on the Roads, below are some additional tips that can help protect you and your family if you will be driving to visit loved ones this holiday season. Additional Holiday Travel Safety Tips Keep a winter kit in your car – This kit…
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Holiday Travel Safety Tips: How to Stay Safe on the Roads (Pt. 2)

December 10, 2014

Continuing where Holiday Travel Safety Tips: How to Stay Safe on the Roads (Pt. 1) left off, below are some more simple things you can do to stay safe as you travel on the roadways this holiday season. Holiday Travel Safety Tips: What to Do While You Drive Buckle up – Every time you get…
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Holiday Travel Safety Tips: How to Stay Safe on the Roads (Pt. 1)

December 5, 2014

With the holiday and winter season upon us, many people are making travel plans. When these plans involve driving, taking the time to review some holiday travel safety tips can be critical to helping you and your family: Reduce the changes that you’ll be in an accident Stay as safe as possible on the roads….
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Car Accident Claims: 6 Facts to Know about Dealing with Insurers (Pt. 3)

September 30, 2014

Wrapping up our three-part blog series Car Accident Claims: 6 Facts to Know about Dealing with Insurers, below we will conclude our discussion about what people should be aware of when it comes time to submit car accident claims to their insurance companies. Fact 5 – Insurers’ denials of car accident claims are NOT the…
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Car Accident Claims: 6 Facts to Know about Dealing with Insurers (Pt. 2)

September 25, 2014

Continuing from where we left off in Car Accident Claims: 6 Facts to Know about Dealing with Insurers (Pt. 1)¸ here we will point out some more important things people should be aware of when it comes time to submit car accident claims to their insurers. Fact 3 – What claimants say to insurers when…
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