November 18, 2019
What is PIP or no-fault insurance? An important facet of auto insurance is PIP or no-fault coverage. The following is an explanation of what PIP is, how it works, and how it affects you as a driver. Personal Injury Protection PIP stands for personal injury protection and is commonly referred to as no-fault insurance. It’s a… Read More
November 8, 2019
New Utah Winter Weather Restrictions Rule for Vehicles A new rule from the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) that went into effect on September 1st, 2019 requires snow tires or snow chains on most passenger cars and light-duty trucks during weather restrictions on Utah roads. Who it Applies To The new rule applies to all 2-wheel… Read More
October 30, 2019
The Evolution of Vehicle Safety From the early one-cylinder motorized horse buggies of the early 1990s to the self-driving prototypes of today, vehicle safety has improved throughout the years. The following explains some of the more notable improvements in vehicle safety and how those improvements have saved lives. Steel While there have been incredible developments in… Read More
October 29, 2019
What to do When Your Car is Stuck in the Snow Getting stuck in the snow is a frequent occurrence in the winter months. When it happens, don’t panic, make sure you’re out of harm’s way, and follow these steps to get your vehicle unstuck. WARNING: These steps are only applicable if your car is stuck… Read More
October 9, 2019
What to Do After a Hit-And-Run By many estimates, more than one in ten accidents includes at least one driver who leaves the scene. With more than 6.2 million crashes of some kind reported in the United States every year, well over half a million people will find themselves on the “hit” side of the hit-and-run equation. While… Read More
Tacoma Amtrak Derailment: Dozens Injured, At Least Five Dead Monday morning proved deadly for commuters on a Tacoma-bound Amtrak train from Seattle. The accident occurred at DuPont, close to Tacoma at 7:30 am. The Amtrak train—on its inaugural trip—derailed above Interstate 5, causing several train cars to plunge into the busy morning commute. Serious Injuries and… Read More
Health Insurance Liens and Personal Injury Settlements After an injury, you expect to get the full amount of compensation you deserve to cover your expenses. Unfortunately, your insurers and healthcare providers might not be so invested in your health. Instead, they want repayment for the care they provided before you got your settlement. When the insurance… Read More
I Was a Passenger in a Car Accident When you climb into the car with another person, you’re trusting the driver with your safety. Luckily for many of us, our friends or family members are courteous and take care to protect our safety. But not all of us are so lucky. You were a passenger in… Read More
How Do I Find a Good Personal Injury Lawyer for Car Accidents? No one wants to have to seek out an attorney, but when you’re involved in a car crash, it might be necessary. A serious wreck can leave you with major injuries, expenses, and trauma. You may need compensation to deal with all of these… Read More
Does Washington State Have No-Fault Insurance? Car insurance in the United States generally uses two main systems: tort (or fault) insurance and no-fault insurance. In tort systems, motorists and their insurance companies take each other to court if they can’t work out an agreement after a crash. In no-fault systems, motorists give up their right to… Read More
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