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What If My Pain After a Car Accident Was Delayed?

Mississippi has the highest rate of road accident-related deaths in the United States. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that our state had a traffic fatality rate of 23 per 100,000 in 2016, which breaks down to 690 lives lost. Thousands more victims reported serious injuries, but what happens when a person doesn’t notice Read More

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Why Is There an Entire Month Devoted to Motorcycle Safety Awareness?

Now that winter is over and spring is well under way, you can expect to see motorcyclists virtually every time you hit the road. In fact, since so many riders take out their bikes and dust them off just before summer starts, May has been designated Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.

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Collision Between ATV and Train Results in Two Fatalities

According to WREG, a tragic collision between an Amtrak train and an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) resulted in the deaths of two individuals earlier this month. The accident happened in Crenshaw on a Saturday night shortly before 10 p.m.

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How to Tell If You’re Too Drunk to Drive on St. Patrick’s Day

Since St. Patrick’s Day is on a Saturday this year, it’s reasonable to assume that the parties are going to be bigger than usual. More people will likely start drinking earlier in the day, and they will probably end up drinking far more than they did last year as a result.

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What Are the 3 Categories of Driving Distractions?

Do you remember learning how to drive? The first few times you got behind the wheel, you were probably overwhelmed by all the factors you had to consider at any given moment, from speed to lane positioning to the space between your car and the vehicle ahead.

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When Is It Wise to Consult with a Medical Expert Witness?

Despite the many innovative safety features that all new cars are equipped with nowadays, even a minor collision can result in debilitating injuries. Common accident injuries include whiplash, facial fractures, broken ribs, internal organ damage, and meniscus tears.

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4 Defensive Driving Tips to Help You Avoid a Collision This Holiday Season

You have probably heard the term “defensive driving,” but have you ever stopped to think about the kinds of skills it might require? The National Safety Council established the first defensive driving course in 1964, which means nearly all motorists on the road today have had the opportunity to learn about this approach since the Read More

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4 Qualities to Look for in a Car Accident Attorney

Recovering from debilitating injuries can be physically, emotionally, and financially draining. Fortunately, you do not have to cope with these challenges on your own.

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Record Low Temperatures Sweep the Southeast and Wreak Havoc on Mississippi Roads

According to TBO, the severe winter weather that swept through the southeast earlier this month has resulted in at least 10 deaths. Record low temperatures left roads everywhere iced over, and several states advised residents to avoid driving for days at a time.

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4 Tips for Taking Photographs at the Scene of an Accident

Smartphones have contributed to modern life in countless ways. There is virtually an app for everything nowadays, from counting calories and tracking workouts to couponing and saving money.

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