Entries by Pete Burns

Getting Fair Compensation for Nerve Damage After a Car Accident

Nerve damage is a fairly common car accident injury. In total, there are more than seven trillion nerves in your body. Depending on which nerves are damaged and the extent to which they are harmed, you could suffer a wide range of side effects. Since this damage can be permanent and have a lasting impact […]

What Happens to Your Body in a Rear-End Collision?

Rear-end collisions are the most common type of accident in the United States, and it’s easy to see why. People are more rushed than ever before and more distracted than they have ever been. They don’t leave enough space between their vehicle and the car in front of them, either to save time or because […]

Wrong Way Accidents Increasing Across the United States

Some of the most common types of car crashes include rear-end accidents and sideswipe collisions. Historically, head-on crashes were fairly rare—that has changed in recent years. Head-on crashes have been ramping up dramatically in recent years, raising red flags for law enforcement across the country. This type of collision can cause serious damage and fatal […]

Common Causes of Roundabout Accidents

Roundabouts, when used properly, are an excellent tool for maintaining the flow of traffic and avoiding the traffic backup that occurs at stoplights. When used by inexperienced drivers, roundabouts are an accident magnet. That’s why, as an experienced driver, you should be particularly careful when navigating a roundabout—especially one that’s new to your area. If […]