Back-to-School Driving: Biggest Teen Driver Risks

Back-to-School Driving: Biggest Teen Driver Risks

Kids are back in school, and that might mean that your teenager is hitting the road more frequently. Unfortunately, motor vehicle crashes are the top cause of death for American teens, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In 2015, more...
Steps to Take After a Rental Vehicle Accident

Steps to Take After a Rental Vehicle Accident

You may have rented a car for work, because you’re out of state, because your vehicle is in the shop or for a whole host of other reasons. When you get in an accident in a rental car, you might be wondering what the implications are. In some cases, the rental...
What to Do If Your Car Insurance Claim Is Denied

What to Do If Your Car Insurance Claim Is Denied

If you’re one of the more than 2.35 million people in the United States to be injured in a car crash this year, you may run into more bumps on the road than just the crash. When it comes time to be compensated for your injuries, even when they were caused by a...
Carpool Accidents: What Parents Should Know

Carpool Accidents: What Parents Should Know

It’s back-to-school season, and that means juggling school lunches, sports schedules and carpool routines. Collaborating with other parents on a way to get your brood and theirs off to school can save time and hassle. But if your kids or the kids you’re...