Auto Accident

Stay Safe on Super Bowl Sunday

by Staff | January 27th, 2020

Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest drinking events of the year, right behind New Year’s and Thanksgiving. But as much fun as it is to kick back with a beer or two (or more) and watch the game with friends, neighbors, and family, all that alcohol consumption also means Super Bowl Sunday is…

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Get the Facts on Road Rage

by Staff | January 20th, 2020

Being a safe driver requires full concentration on the task at hand and a calm mindset. Unfortunately, not all drivers stay focused and calm behind the wheel. Whether it’s because they’re running late or because they believe another driver slighted them in some way, some motorists fall prey to road rage. Road rage is a…

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Do You Know How to Prepare Your Vehicle for Cold Temperatures?

by Staff | January 13th, 2020

Harsh winters are a part of life in many parts of Indiana and Illinois. And while they can make roads more dangerous to drive on due to snow and ice, cold temperatures can also do a number on vehicles. Whether you own a car, truck, or SUV, it’s important to protect it from the elements…

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Your Social Media Posts Could Reduce Your Compensation After an Accident

by Staff | January 6th, 2020

Most of enjoy sharing our thoughts and daily updates through at least one social media platform, and probably more than one, whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or another. However, you have to be extremely cautious about what you post and how you post if you’ve been in an accident and you plan on filing a…

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Winter Driving Tips

by Staff | December 30th, 2019

Whether you live in Indiana or Illinois, you’ve undoubtedly experienced the worst of the Midwest’s winter weather. And while bitterly cold temperatures, strong winds, and iced over windshields can make winter an unpleasant time of year to be outdoors, it can be even worse when you’re in your vehicle. That’s because winter weather poses serious…

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How to Keep Kids Entertained on Long Car Rides

by Staff | December 23rd, 2019

Whether you are going on a multi-day road trip, or simply crossing state borders to visit family for the holidays, keeping small children quiet and content on long car rides can be extremely difficult. Even more so, it can make parents distracted and increase your risk of a car accident. That’s why the team at…

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How to Gift a Car

by Staff | December 16th, 2019

The holiday season means gift-giving, and it also means winter sales events at dealerships. Most of us won’t be buying a new car this year, and especially not as a gift for someone else, but at some point, you may wish to gift an older car you no longer need to a friend or family…

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Insurance and Liability in a Rental Car

by Staff | November 18th, 2019

People rent cars, vans, and trucks for a variety of reasons, whether traveling for business or vacation, or simply because their personal vehicle is unavailable or unsuitable for any reason. However, traffic accidents happen everywhere and every day, and some of those accidents involve rental vehicles. When you get into an accident in a car…

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What You Need to Know about Post-Accident Shock

by Staff | October 21st, 2019

Auto accidents have the potential to be instantly fatal, and to survive a serious crash can be a blessing for victims. However, even non-fatal injuries carry serious risks that can become life-threatening if they aren’t treated right away, including complications associated with post-accident shock. When the body is put through serious trauma, including the trauma…

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Would You Pass Your Driver’s Exam Today?

by Staff | October 16th, 2019

There are few milestones in life that compare to turning 16 years old and earning your driver license. Being able to drive yourself to school, work, friends’ houses, and other places is a major step towards greater independence and adulthood, but getting behind the wheel of a vehicle is one of the riskiest things that…

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