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Posts tagged "Car Accidents"

Car accidents and the psychological impact on children

When you get into a car accident with your children in the car, it can have a massive impact on them psychologically even if they do not suffer any physical injuries. It is still an emotionally traumatic experience, probably the most traumatic one of their lives.

How do vehicle recalls work?

Imagine you purchased a brand-new vehicle from a reputable auto manufacturer. You expected it to be one of the safest cars on the road, but in reality, it had a serious defect that put your life at risk. Fortunately, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) mandated a recall on your vehicle before you or a family member got hurt. Now, the vehicle manufacturer has to fix or replace your car free of charge.

Financial devastation isn't certain after a car crash

Drivers who try to text while their vehicle is in motion can cause crashes that injure innocent people. If you are involved in this type of incident, you need to learn about your option to seek compensation. This can help you do away with the financial trauma that you deal with after an accident that caused you to have to take on medical bills and other expenses that you weren't prepared for. We know this is devastating, but we are here to help you seek compensation for the incident.

Are some vehicle colors more dangerous than others?

It doesn't seem possible, but many analysts suspect that certain vehicle colors are more prone to getting into accidents than others. There is a lot of disagreement about this issue, and some say that the difference in safety is negligible, but it might be worth your attention to learn about colors most commonly believed to be more dangerous for automobiles.

A stiff neck after a car crash could be whiplash

It might happen something like this: You're minding your own business while patiently stopped at a red light. Out of nowhere, a distracted motorist slams into the back of you. You don't seem to be injured, so you immediately step out of your vehicle to discover that the entire rear end is destroyed. Other than that, you feel fine. When the police arrive, you don't report any injuries.

Prevent most car accidents and injuries by following these tips

At our law firm, we have seen so many kinds of car accidents that we've become experts on the causes and conditions that result in accidents and injuries on the road. For this reason, we'd like to offer a bit of advice that -- if all New York drivers followed it -- we could eradicate nearly all automobile-related accidents.