Car Accident DOs and DON’Ts What to do, and what not to do, after a car accident A crash can leave you confused and overwhelmed, so knowing what to do after a car accident can save you a lot of stress. From fender benders to more serious accidents, there are a number of DOs and DON’Ts. What to avoid after an accident Let’s start with what NOT to do after an accident, because these … Read More
If you've ever had to deal with an insurance company after an accident with another automobile, you know it can be a complicated, and frustrating experience. Just imaging how frustrating it can get after a multi-vehicle accident. Any car crash involving more than two vehicles is known as a multi-vehicle accident. We’ve all heard of multi-car pile-ups on the freeway which can involve liter… Read More
Where are you most likely to have an automobile accident? Well, the majority of car collisions occur close to home, with only approximately one percent happening more than fifty miles from home. Of course this statistic makes more sense when you remember that most of our driving takes place close to our home. We go to work, we take the children to school, we go to the grocery store, to church, to … Read More
Aside from being told that your insurance policy has been cancelled, the next worst thing could possibly be when your insurance company tells you your car is totaled. If you were particularly fond of your car, knowing what to do when your car is totaled following a collision can be very difficult. If your car didn’t look that bad to you following the accident you may take issue with the wh… Read More
The unofficial start to summer is looming on the horizon- Memorial Day. And to celebrate with friends and family, more than 31 million people will take to U.S. highways that weekend. Unfortunately, all that extra traffic has the potential to make your family getaway anything but enjoyable. In fact, Memorial Day weekend starts the 100 deadliest days of summer for teenage drivers. There are, howe… Read More
An unprecedented study on the effects on sleep deprivation has been commissioned by the National Traffic Safety Administration Office of Behavioral Safety Research. The study will be conducted the National Association of State EMS Officials and the Department of Emergency Medicine at Carolinas HealthCare System. The groups will investigate how the sleep health and fatigue levels of EMS care provid… Read More
We have all heard that distracted driving is on the rise. From cellphones to GPS devices, our cars have become mini entertainment systems, barreling down the street. Today's drivers surf the Internet, listen to Podcasts, navigate around town, and answer emails all without ever leaving their vehicles. However, all of these new dangerous driving diversions are leading to some serious and catastrop… Read More
In the wake of a record number of industry recalls, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration chief, Mark Rosekind is encouraging auto makers to work alongside safety regulators. The NHTSA hopes to foster an environment of proactive safety advancements by rewarding auto makers who can reduce the number of fatalities on our roads. Rosekind notes that an era marked by record recalls and civi… Read More
It is no secret that cellphones are dangerous when used while driving. Smartphones and other cellphone devices are responsible for 27% of all crashes in the United States. Automotive News found that the 8.1% rise in car accident fatalities in the first half of 2015 was largely due to smartphone use. Yet, in spite of their dangers, smartphone technology is not stopping. In fact, it is growing in le… Read More
Fuicelli & Lee, PC Settles Car Accident for $462,500.00
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Fuicelli & Lee, PC Negotiates Policy Limit Settlement of $250,000
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