6 Tips For Driving On Blackout Wednesday And Thanksgiving Weekend In General

Forget Black Friday -- far more dangerous to the average American these days is the growing cultural phenomenon of "Blackout Wednesday," or "Drunksgiving," which has rapidly spread roots out from almost every major city to small cities and towns all over the country. ' It's the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving, and it is now officially one of American's drunkest nights of the year. That also makes it one of the most deadly times of the year to be on the road -- death rates are 50% higher than any other time of the year. [Read More]

Seven Facts You Need To Know About Wrongful Death Suits

If you've lost a loved one, you may be wondering if you can bring forth a wrongful death suit. The laws vary from state to state, and ultimately, you need to contact an attorney who is familiar with the laws in your area. However, first, you may want to check out this list of facts about wrongful death. 1. Wrongful Death Due to Medical Malpractice Is Extremely Common According to some estimates, wrongful death due to medical malpractice is the third most common cause of death in the United States. [Read More]

3 Common Motorcycle Accidents Caused By Passenger Vehicle Drivers

There are so many things attractive about riding a motorcycle–you get to feel in touch with the open scenery, enjoy the wind across your skin, and have direct power over your vehicle. However, one big downfall of being an avid motorcycle rider is the fact that you are always at risk of being involved in an accident with the driver of a passenger vehicle who is not watching closely enough to avoid a collision. [Read More]

Don't Let It Slide: Legal Action Against Uninsured Drivers May Be Necessary

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]