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Paralysis from an accident can have a massive financial impact

When you get behind the wheel of a vehicle or ride in one, you know there's always some risk involved. If you were in a serious car accident that resulted in paralysis, you may just be grateful that you survived such a serious accident. Chances are that your entire focus is on healing as much as possible and working toward recovery.

Other drivers are often the biggest risk to motorcyclists

Whenever you choose to ride or operate a motor vehicle, you accept a certain level of risk. The potential danger increases when you're driving a motorcycle. That risk isn't because you are a bad driver. Often, the exact opposite is the truth. Other drivers can and do pose a serious risk to those who ride motorcycles for fun or for their commute during the summer. Despite efforts, like Motorcycle Awareness Month, to remind drivers to share the road, many people forget to check for motorcycles when driving on public roads and highways.

Settlements are not always in the victim's best interest

You've been in a serious car accident and sustained serious property damage and injuries. You are probably feeling grateful that you have a good insurance policy to protect you from financial losses. When they contact you offering a settlement, you may feel tempted to immediately take it. You've got medical bills. Your car or bike may be in desperate need of replacement or extensive repairs.

Follow these tips to stay safe on your next run

When you get up for that morning run you may mentally plot out your route, take the time to stretch, grab your water bottle and sneak out the door without waking up your wife. You probably focus more on performance and time than you do on staying safe. Your neighborhood is fairly quiet, so you do not consider your routine run to be especially dangerous. However, it is important to remember that accidents happen every day and usually when we least expect them.

Accident claim denied? You can fight back

While on your way to work, you decided to stop at the gas station to fill up your tank and grab a coffee. As you approached the gas station, you glanced in your rearview mirror and noticed the driver behind you was following rather closely. You do not want to be involved in a collision, so you immediately flip your right turn signal and begin slowing down so that the other driver has plenty of time to realize you were about to turn.

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