Will you be paralyzed because of a spinal injury?

Spinal cord injuries vary in severity, with some being minor enough to return to work or your normal activities in a few weeks, whereas others last a lifetime. With two major kinds, complete and incomplete, it’s easier to understand just how severe your injuries are. Incomplete injuries are as they sound; they don’t completely cut… read more

Federal regulator plans to investigate recent Tesla crash

We’ve all heard about the benefits of self-driving cars. You can eat a bagel, drink coffee and a read a book on your way to work in the morning. Best of all, you’ll have less of a chance of getting into a crash. But is it true? Are self-driving cars really going to be safer,… read more

What should you do if you’re involved in a truck crash?

You were traveling with family when your worst nightmare happened: A truck driver wasn’t paying attention, entered your lane and hit your vehicle. You lost control, and you went off the highway. Fortunately, there was only one major impact, but now you and your family members have injuries to tend to along with damage to… read more

Automaker recalls hundreds of thousands of vehicles

The automaker Ford, recently announced that it will expand it’s already massive recall of vehicles related to defective Takata Airbags. The recall will expand the issue to approximately 365,000 more Ford-built cars and trucks, including Lincoln, Mercury and Ford models from the years 2009 to 2013. Fortunately, at this time, no injuries or deaths have… read more

Were you involved in a car vs. pedestrian accident?

There is never a good time for drivers to take their eyes off of the road. If you share the roadways with cars, always pay attention to what’s going on around you, as this helps minimize the chance of being involved in an accident. The car always wins A driver’s negligence can lead to serious… read more

How can a brain injury impact you?

The way individuals react to brain injuries varies significantly. Some people have few symptoms and recover quickly, while others struggle with a lifetime of injury-related concerns. No two people are alike, making it harder to provide treatment options based on typical concerns. No brain injury is typical. Individuals react differently to brain injuries because every… read more

Avoid car accidents by driving according to the road conditions

The safest kind of driving involves a road that is free of traffic in the full light of day, without any kind of rain, sleet, water, ice or snow. However, as any Roseville driver knows — we don’t always have the luxury of such clear driving conditions. Depending where you happen to be driving in… read more

Returning to school after brain trauma requires planning

When your child suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a car crash, you hoped that he would get back to his normal self quickly. Unfortunately, while there has been improvement, there’s still a long way to go. As time goes on, you realize that your child has to go back to school, but it… read more

Will self-driving cars make personal injury claims obsolete?

Imagine getting from point A to point B without worrying that an inattentive driver is more interested in Facebook than paying attention to the road. Imagine driving home after a late night without a single drunk driver on the road. This could become the reality once self-driving automobiles are commonplace in the world. It could… read more

New technology could prevent truck crashes

If you have ever driven when there were many semi-trucks on the roads, you know that trucks can be dangerous to others. If a driver isn’t paying attention or falls asleep, he or she could quickly cause a truck accident. One firm in California is tackling this problem. Strong Tie Insurance Services wants to handle… read more