Getting Accident Evidence In Unfamiliar Places With Tech

Posted on: 27 July 2017

When you're on a vacation, you might not know the ins and outs of different communities, much less the roads. Getting in an accident with low visibility and unfamiliar surroundings can make it difficult if fault is disputed or if your legal adversary tries to blame you for being an outsider without local driving experience. Here are a few ways to grab evidence to prove your innocence, as well as ways to stay safer before the problem starts.
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Three Myths About Red Light Tickets To Stop Falling For

Posted on: 26 July 2017

One of the most frustrating pieces of mail you can get is a ticket indicating that you have run a red light sometime in the past and need to pay the fine for doing so. Generally, a photo of you running the red light will be included. Here are three myths about this type of ticket that you ought to know the truth behind: The Picture Automatically Shows Guilt: Many people, once they receive the red light ticket in the mail simply pay up because they believe that there is no way to fight the ticket at this point.
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3 Facts About Your Auto Insurance After An Accident

Posted on: 26 July 2017

After an auto accident, your first thought may not be what happens to your insurance rates, especially if you've been injured or your car totaled. However, the fact is that any reported accident affects your insurance. Check out these three facts regarding auto insurance after an accident to see what you can expect next. Your Rates May Increase One popular fear is that your auto insurance rates will increase if you are in an accident, and unfortunately, that is usually true, especially if you are the at-fault driver.
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Do Commercial Trucks Transporting Animals Pose Increased Threat To Drivers?

Posted on: 26 July 2017

An accident in July on the Oregon Coast's Highway 101 shows the unintended consequences when commercial truck drivers aren't paying full attention.  The semi-truck held containers of hagfish, an eel-like creature that secretes a slimy substance when stressed. As the driver neared a construction zone, he slammed on his brakes. The quick stop caused 13 containers of eels to slide off the commercial truck and break open on the highway.
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