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How to Stay Safe When Riding Your Motorcycle at Night

This content has been reviewed by Gary O. Bruce

In about two-thirds of all motorcycle crashes involving another vehicle, the other driver and not the motorcyclist is at fault. And this usually happens because drivers aren’t looking for and fail to notice motorcyclists. So while it might seem safer to ride at night when […]

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How Are Active Duty Soldiers Impacted by the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act?

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U.S. active duty servicemembers can be involved in lawsuits, including personal injury claims, outside of and regardless of their military duties. When this happens, they may be granted special benefits not afforded in ordinary lawsuits between civilians and civilian entities. What is the Soldiers and […]

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What Causes Tractor-Trailer Crashes?

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Truck crashes are undeniably dangerous. In 2019 alone, 4,119 people were killed in collisions with semi-trucks in the U.S., according to data collected by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. They rarely cause “fender benders” on the highway. Although we can’t prevent truck accidents altogether, […]

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Can I Legally Have a Passenger on My Motorcycle?

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If you ride a motorcycle, you may want to share the thrill of experiencing the open road on two wheels with people you love. But you may also be wondering if there is something you need to do first before letting your spouse, child, or […]

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How Long Does It Take for a Personal Injury Case to Be Completed?

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Unfortunately, the answer is, “it depends.” The most common factors that determine how long it may take before a case can be resolved include: Whether you settle out of court or take your case to court; The complexity of the case; and The severity of […]

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