Accidents are not fun, and if you were hit by someone who didn't have insurance, the situation is even more undesirable. Despite the requirement for all drivers to have insurance, there are a lot of people who still attempt to drive without it, and that leaves you in a bad situation if they hit you. In addition to seeking help from your own insurance company, taking legal action against the uninsured driver may be the only way to get the full compensation you need. [Read More]
How A TBI Can Mess Up These Four Aspects Of Your Life
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when an external force causes your brain to malfunction. There are various forms of TBIs, but they can all make your life difficult thereafter, especially when you haven't fully recovered from the condition. Here are some aspects of your life that a TBI can mess up: Family Life TBI can dampen the displays of love and interactions you used to enjoy with your family. For example, mood swings, depression, and anxiety are classic symptoms of TBI. [Read More]
Protect Yourself While You're Walking: How To Avoid Car Versus Pedestrian Accidents
Walking is a great way to get exercise. In fact, many doctors recommend daily walks as a way to stay fit. Unfortunately, walking isn't always as safe as it should be, especially when it comes to sharing the roads with motorists. As a pedestrian, the human body doesn't compare to the sheer size, weight, and speed of a car. To protect yourself, and prevent being struck by a vehicle during your walks, it's important that you follow safety procedures. [Read More]
What Should You Do Following A Boat Accident?
Being involved in a boat accident can be scary. However, unlike a car accident, you may unaware of what you should do immediately following a boat accident. After you have removed anybody from water that may have fallen over and ensured the boat is safe, you should head for land. Once there, here are a few things you should do after the accident: Take Pictures of Both Boats Once you are back on dry land, you will want to exchange insurance information with the other boat driver. [Read More]