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February 2016 Archives

Could your emotions lead to a crash?

We all know that driving can sometime raise our emotions. Between traffic jams and other bad drivers we can sometimes lose our tempers. However, wouldn’t it be ironic that our emotions were the very things that got us into accidents in the first place?

Toyota issues recall due to seatbelt recall

If there is one thing that auto safety advocate insist that drivers do once they get in their vehicles, it is that they put on their seatbelts. Using seatbelts are arguably the best way to survive a crash, as the likelihood of you being severely injured (or killed ) increases dramatically if you do not wear your seatbelt.

Helpful tips for parents choosing car seats

While many of our posts focus on how to avoid being in an accident, we find that it can be just as helpful  for our readers to have posts on how people can walk away from accidents. This is especially helpful when we talk about protecting children.

Federal regulators to change trucking audit protocols

As we have noted in a number of our posts, a large majority of car and truck accidents are attributable to human error. Sometimes this can be traced to distracted driving or misjudging turns, but sometimes an accident can be based on the failure to properly maintain a vehicle. When it comes to accidents involving semi-trucks, the potential for harm stemming from improper maintenance can be devastating.

Can I still bring a personal injury lawsuit?

Accidents are bound to happen during the winter driving season. It appears that many people across western Wisconsin are resigned to this possibility. Because of this, people tend to drive slower when the driving conditions become challenging, and they take reasonable steps to clear off their vehicles so that ice missiles do not threaten other drivers.

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