If you've been driving for a while, then chances are you've probably waived someone through a gap in traffic or slowed down to let a merging vehicle in front of you. These acts of courtesy can be a virtue, but sometimes they can also result in an accident. The following looks at a few instances where common courtesy could result in a crash as well as your chances of being found at fault for such an accident.
29 December 2016
Purchasing items can be a hassle if there's a problem. Just simply trying to return items online can run into all kinds of issues. Those issues can become even worse if you've been injured by something that you purchased online. While getting items fast and in the mail has a lot of benefits, it's important to understand your options while on the go. Dealing with online product injuries can lead to a lot of issues.
22 December 2016
It's important to tread carefully outside after the snow falls, as it's easy to slip and fall. In most cases, it's the property owner's responsibility to remove the snow and ice that has accumulated on the surfaces of the roads to ensure optimal safety for those passing by. While snow can be slippery, black ice is perhaps the most dangerous aftermath of snow that you need to be on the lookout for.
21 December 2016
Every day, firefighters respond to countless calls to protect both life and property. Unfortunately, the rush to respond to the scene of a fire or other emergency can also put firefighters and other drivers at risk of being involved in a collision. According to a recent analysis from the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine, there were approximately 31,600 crashes involving fire and rescue vehicles between 2000 and 2009.
20 December 2016