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1 Simple Rule to Safe Summer Driving

Most people have taken a driver's education class of some kind. Whether it's prior to getting a driver's license or after getting a ticket, driving classes offer a wealth of information on how to drive safely and defensively to avoid accidents. These can include things like how much distance you should leave between you and the vehicle in front of you to tips for appropriately navigating through roundabouts to how to drive in adverse weather conditions.

FAQ: Bus Accidents

In the United States in 2013, according to statistics from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, approximately 18,000 bus crashes occurred that resulted in some kind of injury. If you've been injured in a bus crash, you probably have questions. Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.

So You've Been in an Accident. What's Next?

The moments immediately following an auto accident are probably the most stressful moments in a person's life. Crashing into another vehicle is frightening no matter who is involved and how low the impact is. The only thing a person can do is try to stay calm and follow a several-point strategy that can bring him or her through the ordeal as safely and as sanely as possible. The following are five tips for what one should do directly following an auto accident:

3 Common Mistakes People Make When They Talk to Their Insurance Companies

Your insurance company is never going to tell you how to talk to them so your claim is more likely to be accepted or your payout will be as big as it should be.

Bus accident in Louisville sends 12 to the hospital

Many people opt to take public transportation because it is cost effective and convenient. At the same time, many people expect to be safe aboard a bus because drivers generally must meet certain qualifications in order to work in mass transit. Still, bus accidents can and do happen.

When can a wrongful death suit be filed for a bus accident?

Sending a child to school on a bus may be hard for some parents. However, parents trust that bus drivers will exercise the caution necessary to ensure that the child arrives at school and back home safely. Unfortunately, Kentucky parents' fears came true in October 2012 when a preschool bus veered off the road into a tree.

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