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All people have to wear seat belts when they are driving. If you’re in the habit of skipping this fundamental safety measure, you should know that it’s one of the first things that your car accident attorney will ask about in the event that you are actually in a car accident. You should not assume that a...
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Car accidents involving loose cargo are relatively common. The people who hit oncoming cargo that fell off another vehicle while driving will almost never be held liable. Drivers who get hit with the cargo are the victims. The people who are in this situation shouldn’t be too concerned about what a car accident attorney will say. Victims...
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Lots of car accidents will be connected to whether or not one of the drivers used a turn signal at the right time. If you are about to make a turn on the road, you absolutely have to use your turn signals before any maneuvers. If you fail to do this, it will affect the...
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Cases involving physical injuries are often complicated. These cases can be particularly complex when a child gets injured. After all, children require adult supervision. The kids themselves cannot be held entirely responsible for their actions. A car accident attorney can help clients understand all of the intricate aspects of the relevant personal injury laws. You also might...
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It could be worth speaking to a car accident attorney if you have experienced an automobile accident involving an animal. While it is clearly not possible to sue a wild animal on the road, it might be possible to find liability elsewhere. For example, if the area where you experienced the accident is known to have a...
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Keeping pedestrians and other motorists safe with properly maintained and replaced headlights helps reduce the risk of an accident. If you are in an accident at night due to dim headlights, the driver with low lights may be liable. Whether you were hit by a car with dim headlights or you hit someone, when it...
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Arguably, brake lights are the most important light on a vehicle. These lights signal to drivers behind that there will be a change in the flow of traffic. In many cases, brake lights will help prevent accidents from spiraling out of control, as they alert drivers behind of trouble ahead. If you experienced an accident...
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Keeping your car, truck or SUV properly-maintained can be tedious and time-consuming. However, letting things lapse like keeping your tires properly inflated can have dangerous results. Poorly-maintained tires cause more than 19,000 accident injuries and around 500 fatalities each year around the United States. Keeping your tires at the correct pressure and replacing them before they are...
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The right lane, reserved for slower traffic, is often considered to be the safest lane on the road, accidents actually occur in this lane more than one would expect. While there isn’t much data from UDOT or other national driving associations in regards to tracking which lane accidents occurred in, there are some who claim...
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The laws in Utah are clear in regards to lane usage, yielding the right-of-way, and passing other vehicles. Most car accident lawyers will tell you that many crashes occur because of neglect or violation of these laws. Single Lane Traffic If the traffic is in a single lane in each direction, and a driver approaches a slower...
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