Car Accidents Archives

Car accident checklist: Here's what you should do after a crash

Most Little Rock drivers have their heads filled with so many things while they're on the road. If you're a busy mom, for example, you have a lot of issues on your mind and you're probably struggling to fit them all into your schedule.

Insurance claims after an accident

After a car accident, victims have a lot to worry about, from physical injuries to medical bills to unpaid time off from work and insurance negotiations. Working with the insurance company can be difficult. It is important that you receive a fair settlement that will cover the cost of damages and injuries; this means you may need to be prepared to negotiate.

Daylight saving time: An accident waiting to happen

A number of studies have concluded daylight saving time costs you more than an hour of sleep, with spring the most dangerous. When you set your clocks ahead, you are more likely to suffer a heart attack or car accident. Fortunately, those numbers drop in the fall when we gain that hour.

3 Things You May Not Know About Distracted Driving

Pokemon Go recently took the world by storm, and now people are seeing a Caterpie to the left, a Weedle straight ahead and a Pichachu lurking somewhere to the right. Which to capture first? For a driver, the time it takes to make that decision and click on the critter may mean a car accident or death.

Cell phones and driving: riskier than people think

In today's world, it seems that everyone is online and connected through their smart-phones and similar devices. Of course everyone knows - at least in theory - that it is dangerous and perhaps even illegal to text while driving, but very few really understand the extent of the risks involved.

Who is to blame in a single-car crash?

When two cars collide, one of the first questions is "who's fault was it?" This is one of the first questions many people ask because it goes to liability. Whoever is more at fault will likely have to compensate the other party for the costs of lost wages, medical bills and other damages in a civil lawsuit.

Underage drinking and NHTSA public service campaign

Arkansas residents may agree with the administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, who notes that even one teen death because of intoxicated driving is too much. The NHTSA has conducted impressive public service campaigns in past years as it worked to reduce the number of DUI accidents and fatalities. The agency is now launching a campaign that will endeavor to reduce such incidents among young drivers.

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