Feds Change Drowsy Truck Driver Rules
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recently relaxed some key Hours of Service rules. What could happen when truck driversKeep Reading
Legal Responsibility in Ridesharing Crash Claims
In 2010, just before the Uber/Lyft explosion, traffic fatalities were at a sixty-year low. Ridesharing has reversed this trend, andKeep Reading
Answering Your Questions About Uber/Lyft Injuries
The percentage of Americans who have used a rideshare service has more than doubled since 2015. Uber, Lyft, and otherKeep Reading
SMIDSY Motorcycle Wrecks: A Closer Look
In many places, authorities label left-turn motorcycle crashes as SMIDSY (for sorry, mate, I didn’t see you) crashes. Another acronym,Keep Reading
Electronic Evidence in Car Crash Claims
Traditional evidence is not always effective in all cases. The police accident report is a good example. Evidence collection isKeep Reading
Does Business Interruption Insurance Cover My Small Business Losses Related to COVID-19?
According to a recent survey, personal services, like beauty salons and dry cleaners, and hospitality businesses, like hotels and restaurants,Keep Reading
Can What I Say Hurt My Car Accident Injury Case?
When you’re injured in a car accident, it’s normal for emotions to run high in the following seconds, minutes, hours,Keep Reading
What time is the Highest Risk for a Car Accident?
Even when being extremely careful on the busy streets of Kansas City, car accidents happen. However, the National Highway TrafficKeep Reading