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Research Shows SUVs, Other Large Vehicles Cause More Pedestrian Accidents at Intersections

Turning SUVs pose a huge risk to pedestrians and bicyclists SUVs, pickup trucks, and other large passenger vehicles cause more pedestrian accidents while turning at intersections, according to a recent study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). In Delaware and throughout the U.S., far too many people are severely injured or die...

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Study Suggests Pedestrian Crash Avoidance Systems Have a Big Blind Spot

When it's dark, automatic emergency braking systems have limitations Pedestrian crash avoidance systems seem to have a large blind spot when it comes to preventing accidents - the dark. According to a new study on automatic emergency braking, AEB systems significantly reduce the number of pedestrian accidents during the daytime. They have virtually no effect,...

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Study Finds Delaware Is The Third Most Dangerous State For Pedestrians

Nobody expects to get hurt when they are simply out walking. But pedestrians have no protection if a negligent driver hits them with a vehicle while they are walking down the side of the road or crossing the street. Pedestrian accidents that leave people seriously injured or killed happen every year. A study from Car Insurance...

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Vehicle Touchscreens Cause Distracted Driving, Studies Find

Delaware car accident lawyer explains why touchscreens can be dangerous The dangers of distracted driving have been well documented for many years. Every day, distracted drivers cause serious car accidents. As a result, many states, including Delaware, have laws banning texting while driving and using a handheld cellphone on the road. Most people only focus...

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Whiplash After a Car Accident: What To Do

One of the most common car accident injuries people sustain is whiplash. This type of neck injury involves a strain or sprain to the neck muscles, often due to the neck being quickly moved forward and backward in a motor vehicle collision. Each year, more than a million people suffer from whiplash. Rear-end accidents in...

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