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5 Red Flags of Bad Faith Insurance

5 Red Flags of Bad Faith Insurance

Typically, a victim of a recent accident will experience a flood of varying emotions.

Initially, the victim may feel fear, panic, and confusion. After the initial shock wears off, the victim may feel grateful for surviving, and relieved upon remembering “at least I have insurance!” Compensation from your insurance policy cannot undo the accident, but it will be at least allow you to cover the expense of medical bills, lost wages, and other costs related to recovery.…

Parents Can Be Liable When Teens Drink

Parents Can Be Liable When Teens Drink
Most teenagers and parents alike would agree—being a teenager can be pretty tough.

The average American teenager must balance the stress of school and social life with the emotional and psychological challenges of coming of age. With college admissions looming in the not-too-distant future, many teens work hard to keep their grades high and list of extra-curricular activities impressive.…

The Three Leading Causes of Auto Accidents

The Three Leading Causes of Auto Accidents

According to most sources, the first auto accident-related fatality occurred in 1896, when Bridget Driscoll was struck by a car as she crossed the Dolphin Terrace in the grounds of the Crystal Palace in London. The car was reported to have been traveling at four miles an hour, though a witness described it as “a reckless pace, in fact, like a fire engine.”

After Mrs.…

April Is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

April Is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Across the country, communities and government agencies alike are coming together in an effort to stop texting, cellphone use, and other dangerous distracted driving behaviors in honor of Distracted Driving Awareness Month.

Leading the movement are national organizations such as the US Department of Transportation and the National Safety Council, who are encouraging states to enforce tougher laws against distracted driving and launching national campaigns to raise awareness of this serious threat to the safety of US roads.…

How to Know When Seniors Should No Longer Drive

How to Know When Seniors Should No Longer Drive

Most drivers recognize that once they reach a certain age, they may no longer be able to get behind the wheel. But knowing this beforehand and actually accepting it when the time comes are two very different things. Despite how logical a person is when he or she is still young, it can be extremely difficult for seniors to make the decision to stop driving.…