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General Legal Advice
January 21, 2010

What You Should Know When Hiring an Attorney

Most accident victims are beginning to realize that it's absolutely ridiculous to assume that insurance companies are going to treat you fairly on their own, especially in these tough economic times. Most consumers have come to understand that most advertisements for lawyers are bad for consumers because they don't provide any really useful information. The insurance companies would love for…
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Auto Accident LawyerGeneral Legal AdvicePersonal Injury
January 19, 2010

Low Tire Pressure May Lead To Auto Accidents

In the old days, when a person went to fill up a vehicle, it was at a full service pump. The attendant pumped the desired level of gas, carefully washed the windshields (front and back), checked the oil under the hood and checked the tire pressure for you as well. Is it any wonder, that with today’s busy society, it…
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General Legal Advice
January 19, 2010

The Static Stability Factor (SSF) Is Math Worth Factoring

The following is pretty technical stuff. It is designed for those clients and readers who are interested in some of the more technical/scientific issues surround auto accidents. If you would like to discuss these theories with an attorney please call 800-300-0001. The Static Stability Factor (SSF) is a computation of your vehicle, several geometric properties and its susceptibility to rolling…
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January 19, 2010

Tips on How to Prevent Car Accidents

What are the most common causes of vehicular accidents? Are they preventable? Car accidents can occur at different degrees of severity. Many people do not realize the damages that even a seemingly less severe wreck can create. It is reported that almost two million people die of vehicular accidents all over the world every year. That is why it is…
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Auto Accident LawyerGeneral Legal AdvicePersonal Injury
January 19, 2010

Driving safely in the snow…slow down…and read these tips!

If you are not used to Driving in the snow and ice it can be very challenging. The following tips are designed to will help prepare your car and you for the trip. Have your vehicle checked Snowy conditions may highlight any existing minor faults, especially in the electrical system. It is imperative for you to thoroughly check your vehicle…
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