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What Happens When a Car Accident Involves a Child?

By Karnas Law Firm | May 14, 2021

Just like adults, children are protected by the law in the event of a personal injury accident. Children are susceptible to injuries from defective toys, playground equipment, electrical outlets, animals, and automobiles. If they are injured as a result of the negligence of another party, you should file a claim to receive compensation for damages. …

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Car Accident Injury and Fatality Statistics

By Karnas Law Firm | May 12, 2021

Car accidents make up a significant portion of personal injury claims around the world. In the United States, recent statistics revealed that nearly 38,000 individuals are killed in car accidents annually.  Although some occurrences are weather-related, the majority are caused by the negligence of one or both drivers. These shocking statistics emphasize how essential it…

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Car Accidents and Chiropractic Care

What Is the Cost of Car Accidents Per Year?

By Karnas Law Firm | May 10, 2021

In most countries, including the United States, car accidents are the leading causes of death, annually. According to research conducted by the National Safety Council (NSC), 39,107 people died from 277 million vehicle accidents in 2019. However, the number of accidents in 2019 was a decrease compared to the recorded accidents from 2015-2018.  If you…

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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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Distracted Driving Car Accidents

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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Age Group Causes Most Car Accidents

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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Car Park Accidents: Who Is at Fault?

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 Should You 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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