Category: Vehicle Accidents
November 8, 2017 /
Chrysler Recalls 1.3M Ram Trucks – What Does It Mean for Consumers?

If you own a Ram Truck, you may already be aware of the recall of 1.3 million of the vehicles due to software problems. The issues can cause side airbags and seatbelts to malfunction in a roll-over crash. Of course, automotive recalls are nothing new, but an increasing number of them, including this Ram Truck recall, are technology related. How could this technology-based Ram Truck recall affect you even if you don't own this vehicle? A Quick Hi...

November 6, 2017 /
Internal Injuries Suffered in Vehicle Accidents 

Some of the deadliest car accident injuries are also the toughest to identify. Internal injuries put patients at immediate risk, but may not be evident until hours, even days, after the individual should have received medical attention. Princess Diana is the perfect example; the tragic car accident that ended her life caused severe internal injuries. Unsure as to whether your recent car accident resulted in internal injuries? Keep reading to l...

September 7, 2017 /
The Deadliest Cars and Trucks in America

As consumers, the products we choose to buy and use can affect our wellbeing and the wellbeing of those around us. This is particularly true of automobiles. More than 35,000 people die in car accidents in the United States each year – more than 800 of them right here on the streets of Indiana. How much do our car-buying decisions contribute to this loss of life? Are the choices we make on the showroom floor as important as the decisions we make...

August 23, 2017 /
Watch Out for That Load!

Some dangers on the road aren’t the huge semi on your bumper or the speeding driver weaving around you during a rainstorm. Some dangers can occur when you’re simply driving home, minding your own business. That’s what happened to Maria Federici. She was heading home on I-405 in Washington State when a piece of particleboard flew out of the rented U-Haul in front of her, smashing through her windshield. Federici almost died; she had nearly e...

August 7, 2017 /
Headlights: Essential but Neglected?

Can there be another part of your car that you think about less than your headlights? Let’s face it, headlights aren’t sexy. But they are essential to keeping us alive when we drive in the dark and during storms. Headlights have been basic equipment on passenger vehicles for over 100 years. They started out as fuel-powered, but quickly moved to electricity. Despite technological advances, a significant chunk of headlights are rated poorly. S...


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