Monthly Archives: February 2023
Women Get Hurt More Severely Than Men In Car Accidents. But Why?
Crash test dummies are important tools in assessing the crashworthiness of vehicles, and to evaluate the safety features and ratings of the cars we drive. For the most part, they do a good job, and prove to us valuable data. But there is one inherent flaw with crash test dummies: They are largely based… Read More »
Dram Shop Laws And Social Host Liability For Drunk Drivers
If you have been injured by a drunk driver, you may encounter two difficulties. The first is obvious–your injuries themselves, as well as the mounting bills and expenses that stem from the accident–but the second problem is that the other driver may have no insurance, or little insurance, leaving you with nobody to pursue… Read More »
Are Rideshares Causing The Overall Traffic Fatality Rate To Increase?
It has been well established through studies and statistics, that traffic deaths and fatalities have been going up. They went up even during the pandemic shutdowns. Pedestrian and bicyclist deaths are up. Almost every statistic related to car accidents has gone up in the last few years, all despite new technology in our cars… Read More »
Lane Change And Lane Departure Accidents
When it comes to car accidents, intersections are certainly dangerous. But they aren’t the only places car accidents happen. They also happen in lane change (or lane departure) accidents, its own breed of car accident with its own set of complexities and difficulties. Why and How Do They Happen? Lane departure accidents can happen… Read More »