With the school year in full swing, school buses are now a regular presence on the road. Transporting kids to and from school safely is the main responsibility of a bus driver. But occasionally, there are some factors that can get in the way of drivers doing their jobs. According to a study by United […]Jhana
Can I Sue the City for a Bus Accident?
A car accident with any type of vehicle can be stressful, but what if your accident was with a city bus or an emergency response vehicle. You may have questions such as can I recover compensation? Who should be held responsible [...]Mariela Corella
As one of America’s most exciting cities, Las Vegas is the place to go if you’re looking for a weekend of lively casinos, unique restaurants, and memorable experiences. Hopefully, one of those memorable experiences doesn’t involve a serious car accident. According to recent reports, drivers in Las Vegas are 21% more likely to have an [...]distracted
Motorcyclists face tremendous danger on the road. In the case of an accident, they’re far less protected than other drivers secured in their heavy metal vehicles. By traveling exposed to open air and often moving at fast speeds, motorcyclists tend to bob and weave through traffic to avoid other vehicles. But as distracted driving is [...]ashlyn
In 2001, New York became the first state to implement a law prohibiting all drivers from talking on their cellphone while driving. In 2007, Washington became the first state to ban texting while driving. Today, with the oversaturation of smartphones in our country, we see more and more articles like this: Maplewood woman crashes after [...]Mac O.
Studies by Advocates for Highway & Auto Safety conclude that Arizona is a dangerous state to drive in and that it needs significant reforms to their motor vehicle safety laws. According to car accident attorney John Phebus, human error and driver negligence are two of the most common causes of fatal car accidents. Enforcing stricter [...]distracted
About everybody in the United States is aware that texting and operating a phone is a major driving risk. Distracted driving has in turn lead to over 3,166 deadly accidents in 2017 according to NHTSA. In the state of Texas, distracted drivers were responsible for over 95,000 car accidents in 2018. Currently, distracted driving has [...]Zack Monroe
Summer officially begins on June 21st and with it comes beautiful weather, trips to the beach, and vacation. While summer is usually synonymous with relaxation and fun, it also kicks off the 100 deadliest days for teens. The 100 deadliest days is a period between Memorial Day and Labor Day when the number of crash […]distracted
AAA’s statistics show that nearly 80% of drivers admit to having a road rage scene after being cut off, held up by a slow driver or getting into an accident. As common as it is to admitting having feelings of expressing frustration on the highway, road rage is happening frequently on the road and it […]Zack Monroe
Every 51 minutes in America, someone is killed in a drunk driving accident. Every 2 minutes in America, someone is injured in a drunk driving accident. And every year in America, approximately 150,000 people get arrested for DUIs. We’ve been warned over and over again about the negative consequences of driving under the influence [...]Brian Debelle
By now, we know the serious dangers of distracted driving. But did you know distracted driving could result in traffic offenses and/or criminal charges? Distracted driving, specifically texting and driving, is generally a new area of law and is largely untested in many courts in America. Texting and driving is a crime in 47 states, [...]Sam