Sharing The Road With Big Trucks

The trucking industry is vitally important to the nation's commercial health. Currently, there are 1.9 million semi-trucks in the U.S. and 3.2 million truck drivers. Big truck accidents are on the rise, causing 3,921 fatalities and 104,000 injuries in 2014. The people in the smaller vehicles make up 78% percent of these fatalities. If you are a motorist, you need to learn how to share the road with these big rigs in order to stay safe. Read More 

Look Deeper Into Your VA Claim Denial

The Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation system can be difficult to deal with, and even harder to stand. With changing policies, sometimes confusing language and different opinions coming from multiple claims personnel, it's reasonable to understand why many veterans may become frustrated with the process. Whatever you do, don't give up; there is no cost or penalty to appealing, and with a few pieces of insight into the VA claim system you can reach victory--even if it's few a few percentages at a time. Read More 

4 Most Common Types Of Birth Injuries

If you have a newborn baby, and the baby experiences an injury due to the negligence of the doctor or hospital, you may be able to file a birth injury claim against the provider. It's ideal to know some of the most common types of birth injuries that are typically filed in the event that you're faced with this difficult situation. Broken Bones One of the injuries that occur most frequently in newborn babies is broken or fractured bones. Read More 

Frightening Facts Every Driver Must Know About Semi-Truck Accidents

There are a lot of dangers that every driver must face every time they climb behind the wheel of their vehicle. However, there is one big threat that is definitely unavoidable and incredibly dangerous: sharing the roadways with large trucks and semis. To better understand your risks, it is a good idea to become familiar with some of the most disturbing facts about semi truck drivers and accidents.  Drug and Alcohol Abuse is High Among Drivers Read More 

Behaviors That Can Lead To A Motorcycle Accident

There are more motorcycle accidents in the summer than any other time of year. It makes sense. The good weather allows for more time out with the bike, and so there are more motorcycles on the road. The question is, what's causing all of these accidents? Improper Experience and Protection Motorcycle accidents, like any other accident, can occur for any number of reasons. One of the main causes is a lack of riding skill. Read More