Monthly Archives: February 2014

How Can I Reduce My Athletic Child’s Risk For Traumatic Brain Injury?

Traumatic brain injury is the disruption of brain function following head injuries, such as concussions. Car accidents and falls can cause traumatic brain injuries, but their incidence is rare in comparison to the multitude of concussions resulting from contact sports. Parents concerned about long term cognitive function of their athletic children will be pleased to… read more

Who Is Liable If My Motorcycle Lost Control On Its Own?

Often motorcycle accidents occur in the absence of other motor vehicles. In such situations, the motorcycle likely has a defective part that malfunctions under certain conditions. Those injured in motorcycle accidents caused by defective parts can make a product liability claim against the automaker that produced the motorcycle. In addition, the victim may also have… read more

How Safe Is My State?

The Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety (AHAS) just released a comprehensive report which ranks each state by the effectiveness of their traffic safety laws, according to a recent report by the Huffington Post. The report compares accident statistics with enforcement of traffic safety laws. For instance, states that enforce seatbelt requirements as a primary… read more

What Should An Injured Motorcyclist Do To Determine Fault After An Accident?

In the event of a motorcycle accident, the victim can build a strong case against the responsible motorist if they can prove that they were riding safely and in accordance with the law and that the other driver was explicitly breaking the law in the moments preceding the accident. If the motorcyclist dies in the… read more