A t-bone collision involves one car hitting the sides of another car. This is one of the most common types of car crashes and, unfortunately, a type of accident that can cause severe and long lasting effects.
This type of car accident can cause more severe injuries than head on collisions. Even though the car being …Continue Reading »
There are many reasons why you might need a copy of the police report from an auto accident. For example, you will need to provide the car accident report it to your personal injury attorney if you want to make a car accident claim. Your car insurance company will also want a copy of the …Continue Reading »
When you are in a car accident, you may not realize the extent of your injuries immediately after the crash. Your body does an amazing job of protecting you in the moments and hours following this very intense shock to the system, by flooding your system with adrenaline and endorphins to block pain.
As the adrenaline …Continue Reading »
If you are in a car accident in Arizona, no matter how serious, you are required to:
Immediately stop at the scene of the accident, as close to the scene as possible, or immediately return to the scene;
Exchange driver’s license, contact information, and vehicle registration number and identification information with the other party; and
Provide reasonable assistance …Continue Reading »