Those hurt in trucking and tractor-trailer accidents often sustain devastating injuries, including traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, paralysis, loss of limbs, massive internal trauma and permanent disability. These are life-changing injuries that may never fully heal and may require significant lifestyle changes, constant care and astronomical medical expenses.
The freedom and enjoyment that comes from a motorcycle, scooter or moped can come with a serious cost when you and your bike are involved in an accident. With little more than a helmet to protect you (if you’re wearing a helmet at all), you are vulnerable to particularly serious and life-changing injuries including catastrophic brain and spinal injuries.
Americans spend a third or more of their day on the job. When you are in an accident caused by a driver who is on the job, the law will often hold the driver’s employer responsible for your injuries.
According to the CDC, alcohol is a factor in nearly one-third of all traffic-related deaths in the United States. A person who makes the decision to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol is responsible for the injuries he or she causes…
The laws of most states require vehicle owners to carry minimum insurance. If you are hit by an uninsured driver, the insurance you bought for yourself likely provides coverage for your injuries.
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