Since 2010, roughly 660,000 individuals are estimated to be using cell phones while driving every minute, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. That is a number that has more or less remained unchanged. Teenagers and young adults, especially, have been involved in a higher percentage of accidents which were caused by distracted driving due… Read More

Insurance is a multi-billion dollar per year business, and a sizable portion of that money is spent convincing you that the insurance company works for your benefit. Catchy slogans and memorable representatives combine with teams of adjusters, agents and claims personnel to portray the notion that they are just waiting to leap to the rescue… Read More

An Event Data Recorder (EDR) is similar to the black box recorders used in aircraft. However, the device, although it serves essentially the same purpose, does not record the same kind of events as its airborne counterpart. An EDR is essentially designed with two datasets in mind. The first dataset concerns the vehicle and how… Read More

As a major cause of road accidents, distracted driving often results in injury to parties who were not at fault. While you can control what goes on in your own vehicle, it is much more difficult to predict the behavior of other drivers or their passengers. Conscientious drivers will, of course, react much faster to… Read More

If your Texas teen is ready to begin driving, you’re probably already aware of at least some of the requirements that must be met to obtain a Texas driver license. For underage drivers, there are some restrictions to consider as well as a few extra hurdles to clear on their way to independent motoring.… Read More

Summer can be a very challenging time for parents. School is out and the kids are psyched up for various fun activities. Families are also preparing for vacations, camping, and other outdoor adventures. Many summertime activities are incredibly involved and require intense supervision from parents as kids are potentially subjected to danger or harm. Due… Read More

Slip and fall accidents are the causes of injuries for thousands of individuals every year. Slip and fall lawsuits are among the most recurrent lawsuits with regards to personal injury. Different conditions lead to the occurrence of these accidents. In most cases, the owner of the property where the accident took place is the one… Read More

Traumatic brain injury is a non-congenital, non-degenerative insult to the brain due to a sudden blow or hit. The human brain is a soft organ which is encircled by spinal fluid and protected by the hard skull. Ideally, this fluid protects the brain by acting as a cushion keeping the brain from crashing into the… Read More

Statistics indicate that traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the leading death and disability causes in both children and infants. These injuries are a result of common and in most cases unintentional but negligent causes such as falls and road accidents. Some cases, however, are due to child abuse in infants and assaults in… Read More

Post-concussion syndrome (PCS) is referred to as a constellation of symptoms that may occur either individually or in combination, after a concussion. In the United States, the estimated number of people who suffer from brain injury, ranges from 1.4 million to 2 million each year. Out of these, approximately 75% fail to seek appropriate medical… Read More