The holiday season is in full swing. It's a fun, busy and chaotic time of year. Your kids will be on holiday break from school and the family is planning to hit the road. Whether your holiday travels take you to grandma's house or to a sunny beach destination, it's important to make sure the family vehicle is ready to make the trip.
Most parents put a lot of thought into the car seat that they purchase for their children, wanting to choose the safest option possible. In many cases, parents end up choosing car seats manufactured by well-known brands such as Graco, because they believe they can trust these manufacturers.
If you were recently involved in a car accident and hit your head, you may have suffered a brain injury.
If you were injured in a pedestrian accident, you may be entitled to compensation from the driver who hit you, even if you were partially at fault for the accident.
If you have scheduled a consultation with an attorney after being injured in an accident, you have already taken the first step toward getting the compensation that you deserve.
In our last post, we discussed the importance of parents sending the right message to teens about texting while driving.
According to a recent report by CNN, no matter how many times you tell your teenage driver that texting while driving is dangerous, they still may not be getting the message.
We have wrote in the past about the debate over whether school buses should be equipped with seatbelts, and an accident yesterday only adds fuel to the debate.
In the midst of a winter wonderland, AAA is reminding Connecticut drivers to clear off their vehicles before heading out on the roads. Not doing so can be dangerous for a variety of reasons, AAA reports.
If you have been in a car accident before, you know how hectic and frantic the moments are following the wreck. One of the crucial steps anyone needs to take after a car accident is take a deep breath and remain calm. It will make the craziness of the post-accident scene a little bit easier to handle.