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Types of Vehicle Smoke

In 2018, approximately 181,500 vehicle fires were reported. Some of these resulted from collisions, but most resulted from vehicular malfunction. Typically, vehicular malfunction to this degree is prefaced by smoke emanating from your vehicle. However, not all vehicular smoke means you are in imminent danger of a vehicle fire, or explosion. For this reason, knowing

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Pedestrian Auto Accidents

I hit a Pedestrian, Now What?  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, fatal traffic accidents involving pedestrians are on the rise, with 6,283 pedestrian deaths in 2018.  Pedestrian deaths in 2018 are up 3% from 2017. Additionally, these pedestrian statistics do not include bicyclists or those riding electric scooters. When a vehicle hits

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Motorcycle Insurance Options

Compared to auto insurance coverage, motorcycle insurance policies tend to be significantly cheaper. However, you can purchase a variety of additional coverages on top of standard motorcycle policies. A typical motorcycle insurance policy includes liability coverage and state-mandated insurance coverages. Liability insurance will not cover you but will cover people that sustain damage from you,

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Why Your Legal Status Will Not Bar you From Compensation

When an injury occurs, the injured party has a right to pursue compensation regardless of their legal status. Undocumented immigrants may hesitate to pursue any type of legal action, fearing that doing so will result in their deportation. However, the U.S. Constitution, protects all people, residing within the United States, regardless of their legal status.

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Knee Injuries: ACL Tear

Your knee has four major ligaments making the complex structure of your joint: the ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL. Your ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament, connects your femur and shin bone (tibia). This ligament prevents your tibia from sliding too far forward. The ACL provides structure to your knee. In sports such as soccer, basketball,

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