Perhaps you were commuting in Southwest Arizona and got into an accident due to a negligent driver. You may have suffered a brain injury or another catastrophic injury…
Two more wrongful death lawsuits have been filed over the January helicopter crash that killed retired Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, and seven other people.
Red-light running crashes accounted for 939 of the more than 40,000 traffic deaths in 2017. According to a AAA report, this is the highest that the number has been in 10 years. Why is this number so high?
A team of researchers has detailed a new method for using impact velocity and collision angle to calculate the probability of a Traumatic Brain Injury.
The injuries you suffered in the accident were severe, and the medical costs are almost as bad. You’re waiting on the insurance company to pick up the slack, but you may be waiting for quite a while…
While conventional wisdom holds that older people are some of the worst drivers, a recent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) study stands conventional wisdom on its head.
Arizona drivers may be interested to know that the number of car crash fatalities in the U.S. has been declining but not by much. Many motor vehicle accidents are the fault of one of the parties.
The National Safety Council has some preliminary estimates out on traffic fatalities in 2019. Both the number of fatalities and hospital patients represent a 2% decrease compared to 2018.
In 2018, speeding was a factor in 26% of all U.S. traffic fatalities with a total of 9,378 people dying in speeding-related crashes. Like many victims of speeding-related auto accidents, you may have suffered catastrophic injuries…
Of all the features on ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems), the ones that stand out are forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking. The former warns drivers of an imminent crash while the latter applies…
Patients depend on medical professionals to get a diagnosis right when they are suffering a medical crisis. When this does not happen, life-threatening consequences are possible.
Truck drivers in Arizona have to deal with long, stressful shifts and a lifestyle punctuated by lack of sleep and exercise that leads to drowsiness on the road, which puts everyone in danger.
Since long-haul trucks are so large and heavy, a driver must ensure that their breaks are in good shape. This is especially true before they get on the road for another long trip.
Distracted driving is one of the most dangerous behaviors on the road. The problem has gotten worse with gadgets in the car along with mobile devices that compete for your attention as a driver.