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Who Gets In More Car Accidents?

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 14, 2021

Who gets in more car accidents? Although men drive more than women, there is a long-running — yet unproven — stereotype that women are “poor drivers” compared to men. The stereotypes and jovial jabs regarding the belief often contribute to passionate disagreements. If you have sustained injuries or lost a loved one in a car…

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Annual Death Toll Car Accidents

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 13, 2021

Car accidents are the leading cause of death in the United States for people 54 years and older. Additionally, they are the leading cause of non-natural death for US civilians traveling or residing abroad. Across the world, cars share the roads with buses, pedestrians, trucks, among other travelers. Effective traveling, thanks to motor vehicles, supports…

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How Much Do Insurance Companies Pay for Car Accidents? | Karnas Law Firm

Long Weekend Car Accidents

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 12, 2021

Every year, millions of Americans hit the road during the holidays, especially Christmas, Thanksgiving, Labor Day, Easter, Fourth of July, and New Year’s Eve. Additionally, when the spring and summer months begin to approach and the weather begins to approve, most Americans find themselves traveling long distances to visit friends and family or for recreational…

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Negligent Driving on Arizona’s Most Dangerous Roads | Karnas Law Firm

Bad Driving Habits To Avoid

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 11, 2021

No one behind the wheel should engage in negligent acts. Negligence can cause accidents and claim lives when you least expect it. Some every day habits can have undesirable outcomes, which is why, as a driver, you must try as much as possible to use good driving habits. Despite how careful you are, accidents can…

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What You Should Do After a Drunk Driving Accident?

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 10, 2021

A picture is worth a thousand words. Photographs are key evidence in court, even more so when a drunk driver is at fault in an accident. If you are involved in a car accident, take as many photographs of both cars, the crash, the roadway, and the driver as possible. These pictures will make up…

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The Top 5 Most Common Bones Broken in Car Accidents | Karnas Law Firm

6 Tips to Avoid Car Accidents

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 9, 2021

In the United States, about 90 people are killed in car accidents every day, which translates to nearly 6 million accidents every year. While accidents are inevitable, most of them are the direct result of driver negligence, drugs, and failure to engage in safe driving practices. Whether you are just starting out or are an…

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How to Avoid Distracted Driving

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 9, 2021

Nearly everyone has driven a vehicle while distracted. Distracted drivers are everywhere. While most distractions are avoidable, some are impossible to prevent entirely and can instead be managed. Driving requires your full attention, but if you are involved in one of those unfortunate accidents, you need someone to help you navigate this stressful process. To…

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What to Do After You Have Been Involved in a Car-versus-Bicycle Accident

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 8, 2021

People involved in car-versus-bicycle accidents rarely seek medical compensation or report to the police. The thought of footing legal fees and following up with car insurance companies for compensation is enough to make one lose hope. However, what they do not realize is that an auto accident does not only affect their physical wellbeing. It…

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Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Policies: The Basics | Karnas Law Firm

Why You Should Never Use Your Phone While Driving

By Karnas Law Firm | Apr 7, 2021

Distracted driving occurs when something pulls the driver’s attention away from what they are presumably supposed to be doing. Distraction can come from a conversation with a passenger, ogling some passerby, or fiddling with your cellphone. One of the most infamous sources of distraction for drivers is cell phones. The use of cell phones when…

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