fter an accident is not necessary. Although no-fault insurance can be used to cover damages following collisions in these states, most plans do not cover everything. It is important to know what specific damages are covered under your insurance plan, and what kinds of damages may require other sources of coverage. About No-Fault Insurance No-fault coverage is […]Learn More
In no-fault states, drivers who are injured in a car accident can rely on their own insurance company to cover the cost of damages. This differs from fault-based states, which require drivers to file a claim with the other driver’s insurance company if they are injured in an accident. Determining the source of coverage may not be […]Learn More
In response to an increased demand for supplies amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, hours of service regulations have been suspended. These regulations, established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), define the amount of time that truck drivers can safely stay on the road during a shift. Hours of service regulations minimize driver fatigue and […]Learn More
If you file for social security disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and your claim is denied, you may have questions about how you can proceed. Here some of the next steps you can take and some of the options you still have available to you. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability […]Learn More
As the spread of COVID-19 has prompted mandatory closures of schools, businesses, and workplaces, the nation’s streets have been relatively empty when compared to pre-pandemic levels of traffic. The open roads have led to more drivers speeding or otherwise behaving recklessly. As a result, people who are driving at this time may be at a […]Learn More
According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data, Michigan is one of the safest states in the U.S. regarding distracted driving. QuoteWizard, an insurance company, analyzed NHTSA fatality data from between 2013 and 2017 in each state to rank the 50 states based on their number of fatalities. The states are ranked from 1 being […]Learn More
One of the main differences between commercial trucks and passenger cars, besides the obvious difference in size, is that those driving passenger cars aren’t working on the clock and their cars are personal vehicles, while truck drivers are working while on the road and drive company-owned vehicles. When a truck causes an accident, many victims […]Learn More
Though injuries sustained from bus accidents are relatively uncommon – only 24,000 people experience injuries from bus crashes annually in the U.S. – there is always a risk associated with taking the bus, as buses can get into accidents like any other passenger car. Every year, 360 million people take the bus, and there are […]Learn More
Whenever you leave your house, you run the risk of spreading the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Even if you have no symptoms, you could be a carrier, and anytime you come into contact with outside surfaces or other people, you could be exposed to the virus. As the liaison between our homes and the outside […]Learn More
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