Posts Tagged ‘Comparative negligence’

Is Texting and Driving as Dangerous as Drinking and Driving?

It has been well documented that distracted driving, especially distracted driving connected to cell phone use, is a major cause of motor vehicle crashes both among teenagers and adults. In literature assessing the effect of cell phone usage on driving, the risk of an accident increases when dialing a cell phone. This may potentially be…

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When Your Child Has Been Injured in a Bicycle Accident

Posted on February 4, 2018 When you think of bicycle accidents, you may think of adults who gear up and head out for a ride on the town, never suspecting disaster. However, sometimes children are also injured in bicycle accidents, made much more dangerous. When it comes to children, drivers are expected to live up…

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Multi Vehicle Accident

If you’ve been in an accident with more than just one other vehicle you may find that sorting out fault can be difficult.  Multi vehicle accident fault can have many factors, resulting in varying levels of fault and this can make getting your losses compensated more confusing and challenging.  If you have been in a…

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