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What Happens if you do not Feel Pain Immediately After an Accident?

Posted On: October 24, 2018 under

Most people who are injured do not feel pain at the time of the shock, but often one or several days later. Some of the symptoms of hidden injuries are: muscle pain, neck pain, back pain, headache and pain..

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What Should you do Immediately After you Have an Accident?

Posted On: October 24, 2018 under

After a collision, it is VERY important to stay at the scene. NEVER leave the scene of the accident because it could bring negative consequences, from sanctions to arrests for fleeing. It is estimated that 5 million traffic accidents..

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage vs Underinsured Motorist Coverage

Posted On: October 24, 2018 under

Your car insurance policies may vary in their coverage. Such is the case of these important coverages: Uninsured motorist Coverage, which protects you from a guilty driver who does not have auto insurance; and Underinsured Motorist Coverage, which protects..

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Tire Failure During the Summer

Posted On: October 24, 2018 under

The intense heat of summer increases the risk of punctures, blowouts and heating in car tires. Do not forget to check the air pressure of your tires every two weeks. Keeping the maintenance of your vehicle in optimal conditions..

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Be Alert When Driving!

Posted On: October 24, 2018 under

The National Safety Council estimated that 40,100 people died in car accidents in 2017, 1% less than in 2016, but 6% more than in 2015. Remember to stay alert when driving. When looking at the statistics, people might get..

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Is it More Dangerous to Drive at Night?

Posted On: October 19, 2018 under

According to an analysis by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, speed and nighttime driving are significant factors contributing towards the number of crashes and fatalities involving teen drivers during the 100 deadliest days, which is a period between..

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Is Texting and Driving More Dangerous than Drinking and Driving?

Posted On: October 19, 2018 under

WATCH OUT! A study from the University of Utah revealed that using a cell phone while driving is just as, if not more, dangerous than driving under the influence of alcohol. Today texting is considered the worst enemy of..

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What is the Job of an Insurance Appraiser for Car Accidents?

Posted On: October 19, 2018 under

Insurance Adjusters’ primary interest is to resolve potential claims rapidly, so that insurance companies can avoid paying for medical treatments that may incur later after a claim is filed. The insurance adjusters investigate the accident site, conduct interviews, record..

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Is it More Dangerous to Drive Sleepy or Drive Drunk?

Posted On: October 12, 2018 under

The American Automobile Association (AAA) published in December 2016 analyzed data from almost 5,000 accidents in the United States. It concluded that drivers who have lost three hours of sleep in a 24-hour range face similar accident risks to..

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How Should a Seatbelt be Used?

Posted On: October 12, 2018 under

Wearing a seatbelt is not only required by Florida law, it can also save your life. Around 40,000 people die every year in car accidents, and the main cause of death among people aged 3 to 34 is failure..

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An Accident Lawyer Can Help You Get Better Compensation

Posted On: October 11, 2018 under

A study conducted by the Insurance Research Council found that, on average, victims of auto accidents who hired a personal injury lawyer received 3.5 times more compensation than those who did not. En Español. According to the Insurance Research Council,..

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What is Good Faith and Who Forces Insurance to Act this Way?

Posted On: October 10, 2018 under

Insurance policies create a contract that requires an insurance company to act in “good faith”. This foundation requires both parties to act with the utmost honesty and not to arbitrarily interpret the terms included in the agreement. En Español If..

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