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What to Expect in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

When a loved one dies, the world feels upside down. The last thing you want is a complicated legal process to worry about. That’s why we’re here to help!  Wrongful death compensation can never make up for the fact that your loved one is gone. But if your loved one died because of someone else’s Read More

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Car Accident: Should You Call the Insurance Company?

If you’re in a car accident, it might feel like a natural next step to call the insurance company. But if anyone involved is injured, or if there’s any kind of significant damage done to vehicles or property, you need to think before calling the insurance. If the accident caused you injuries or property damages, Read More

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How Trucking Companies Violate Laws and Cause Accidents

Truck accidents can cause life-altering injuries and expenses for motorists. If you’re in a collision with a large truck, you could be left with serious injuries, mountains of medical bills, a totaled vehicle, and many more setbacks. As soon as you get your immediate medical needs taken care of, the most important step is to Read More

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The Average Cost of Car Accidents – And How to Get Compensation

6 million – that’s the average number of car accidents per year in the United States, according to Driver Knowledge. 3 million people in the U.S. are injured every year in car accidents. In the U.S., 2 million people sustain permanent injuries every year because of car accidents. 90 people die every day from car Read More

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Top Reasons Why it is Unsafe to Travel with Your Dog in Car

Did you know that 60.2 million households in the U.S. serve as a home to a pet dog [Source: Insurance Information Institute]? According to the 2017-2018 National Pet Owners Survey, which was conducted by the American Pet Products Association (APPA), dogs are the most popular pet found in all households in the country followed by Read More

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What You Need to Know About Driving with Passengers This Holiday Season

As the end of the year draws closer, many find themselves filling up with excitement as they know some of the most enjoyable holidays are approaching. Not only is Christmas and New Year’s a time to spend with family and friends, but it is also a time when children are out of school and are Read More

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Good Samaritan in MS Hit and Killed While Returning to Her Vehicle After Having Stopped to Help the Victim of a Car Crash

A family is mourning the death of their loved one who was hit and killed by an 18-wheel logging truck on a Mississippi highway recently after having stopped at the scene of a car accident to render aid. The Advocate reported that after Lesli Wood, 52, had pulled over to the side of the road Read More

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Some School Districts in MS Believe School Bus Cameras are “Absolutely Necessary”

Here’s why. Many school districts in the state of Mississippi are considering investing in having cameras installed on the outside of their school buses after a number of serious and even fatal accidents have occurred involving children. Apparently, there are some drivers who are choosing to pass stopped school buses, even when they have their Read More

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Drowsy Driving Prevention Week Will Begin on November 5th and Run Through the 12th

Here’s what you need to know.

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Tractor-Trailer Driver Slams into Stopped Traffic Killing Three People and Injuring Several Others

In order to operate a tractor-trailer truck, you must possess a valid commercial driver’s license (CDL). Having a CDL carries a lot of responsibility with it. Not only are the drivers subjected to more stringent rules and laws, but they need to be willing and able to implement strategies that keep themselves safe as well Read More

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