What to Do If You Have Been Hurt in A Car Crash Caused by Sleep Deprivation
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What to Do If You Have Been Hurt in A Car Crash Caused by Sleep Deprivation

01. 2018

What to Do If You Have Been Hurt in A Car Crash Caused by Sleep Deprivation

In the past year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced that sleep deprivation is a serious health problem. As the new health crisis, this has to do with the fact that so many millions of people across the United States do not get the recommended 7 to 9 hours of sleep per Read more...
01. 2018

Study Shows Insurance Rates Might Go Up Thanks To Hurricane Irma

Living through a natural disaster is an experience that more people are becoming familiar with because of Hurricane Irma. This most recent hurricane season led to several natural disasters leaving behind devastation. Insurance Policies Don’t Always Protect The Homeowner After A Hurricane Many of the families who lived through the ordeal thought their hurricane insurance Read more...
12. 2017

Automakers Looking to Develop Technology to Decrease Heart Attack Related Accidents

A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration study finds that diabetics and heart attacks are behind more than 30% of serious accidents. Ford and other automakers are currently working on medical monitoring systems that could help decrease the chances of an accident by monitoring the heart rate of the driver and forcing the vehicle to pull Read more...
11. 2017

Do I Have to Accept a Settlement Offer Presented by The Insurance Company?

Did you know that most personal injury cases are not won in court, but are instead settled with an agreement involving the other party in mediation or negotiation? You still should have a lawyer to help you understand the importance of negotiations. Insurance Company May Seek To Minimize Your Insurance Claim After any personal injury Read more...
10. 2017

How to Get Help With a Hurricane Irma Claim

On September 10, 2017, Category 4 storm Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Florida Keys. Then, it continued to travel up the West coast of Florida through September 11th. It traveled to Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina as a tropical storm. During the previous week, Irma killed at least 41 people in the Caribbean Islands Read more...