Why Pedestrian Accidents Are on the Rise

The numbers don’t lie.  Since 1990, the number of pedestrian deaths in the United States has increased by 46%.  This is coming on the heels of an all-time record low back in 2009.  In fact: In 2015, 5,397 pedestrians died This number spiraled to 5,987 in 2016 In 2017, it’s estimated that over 6,000 people lost their lives These numbers are staggering, and this is before you factor in the roughly 129,000 pedestrians who are injured on an annual basis. So

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Why You Need to Visit a Doctor After a Car Accident

The aftermath of an accident can be overwhelming. It’s often difficult to determine where to begin dealing with the mess. Many are often confused whether to call their insurance company, visit the doctor or wait for the mess to be sorted out, or the order in which to tackle these steps. Visiting the doctor immediately after an accident has occurred can be one of the best things for, not only your situation, but for your health. Health Benefits Visiting a

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How to Avoid a Pedestrian Accident

Many of the rules when driving an automobile are common knowledge. Drivers are aware that stop signs mean stop, crosswalks are for passing pedestrians, and the speed limit is not merely a suggestion. If the rules of the road are followed correctly, fewer accidents are likely to occur. Unfortunately, with aggressive and distracted drivers, the street can be a scary place, and a pedestrian accident waiting to happen. Along with following the basic rules of driving, here are a few

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