Auto accidents occur every day. For individuals who are the victims of another driver's negligence, auto accident claims may be in order.
A motorcycle can be one of the most exciting ways to get to where you are going. However, operating these vehicles also poses special risks.
A car accident can turn your life upside-down. In the following days, months and even years, many people continue to feel the effects in various aspects of their lives.
Despite federal and state educational outreach about the dangers of drowsy driving, not all Illinois drivers have a sufficient awareness of just how dangerous it can be. People who would never think of getting behind the wheel after a few drinks often have no problem driving after a sleepless night, although experts have deemed the effects comparable.
After the immediate concerns pass following a car accident, you may wonder what happens next. How will this affect your ability to work? How will you pay for the medical bills and a new car? Can you even afford to sue the person who caused the accident?
People who ride motorcycles love to wear black, especially older bikers. In fact, many have black motorcycles — Harleys, for example. However, since older motorcycle riders sustain injuries that are more serious than their younger counterparts, it would help for them to become more visible.
Accidents involving semi-trailer trucks can be especially devastating, and this is clear from a recent Illinois collision. According to WQAD News 8, two trucks collided on Interstate 80 on April 28, resulting in serious injuries. If you have been in a truck accident, you know how serious the consequences can be.
Going places on foot has many benefits, but you are particularly vulnerable in a traffic accident. If a car hits you, you can take steps to protect yourself medically, legally and financially. You may feel disoriented and in shock, but if you are able to follow certain tips, it may help restore your physical well-being and secure the full compensation you deserve. Here is what to do after a pedestrian accident.