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4 Common Types of Car Accident Wrist Fractures

The wrist is a complex structure of interconnected bones that are vulnerable to breaking and fractures when bent or twisted in unnatural ways in bad car accidents. Wrist fractures in a car accident can be both painful and debilitating, affecting victims' ability to perform everyday tasks. Understanding how this type of injury happens and the...

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Delaware Has 2nd Most Teen Driver Fatalities During Summer Months

When summer arrives, teens are more at risk of getting into serious car accidents. Car accidents involving teen drivers in Delaware often occur during the summer. In fact, Delaware has the second highest number of teen driving accidents nationwide compared to all other states, according to one recent nationwide traffic safety study. “Young drivers are...

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Delaware Launches Campaign to Help Prevent Motorcycle Accidents

May is Motorcycle Awareness Month in Delaware The Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) is using increased safety patrols, digital advertising, social media, public relations, and grassroots outreach in its motorcycle safety awareness campaign to help kick off the start of riding season. Governor John Carney has proclaimed May as Motorcycle Awareness Month to promote...

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Distracted Driving Awareness Month Highlights Danger On The Road

Distracted drivers put others at risk of getting injured in preventable car accidents Distracted driving accidents in Delaware continue to wreak havoc across the state despite ongoing efforts to educate drivers about the dangers of texting while driving, using a cell phone while driving, and other forms of distracted driving. That’s why the State of...

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Know the Warning Signs of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) After an Accident

The human brain is incredibly complex, and incredibly delicate. All it takes is a single injury to change your life. As attorneys who represent people injured in accidents in Delaware, we've seen the aftermath of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) over and over again. Unfortunately, too many lives have been permanently altered by preventable injuries. We're...

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How Much Are Traffic Crashes Costing America?

Understanding the financial impact of car accidents If you’ve been involved in a roadway crash, you likely know how much the expenses add up firsthand. But most drivers who haven’t been hurt in a collision likely aren’t aware of the indirect financial impact crashes in the United States have. A recent report by the National...

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New Survey Uncovers Alarming Surge in Deadly Driving Behaviors

After years of progress, research shows a troubling reversal. A new survey by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has revealed a troubling trend in roadway safety, with the number of dangerous driving behaviors rising after declining steadily between 2018 and 2020. Unsafe practices such as speeding, running red lights, drowsy driving, and operating vehicles...

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Broken Glass Injuries From Car Accidents Can Be Serious

In an accident, broken glass has the potential to cause severe and sometimes fatal injuries. Some of the most serious car accident injuries are caused by razor-sharp pieces of glass from the vehicle's windshield, rear window, side windows, or mirrors striking drivers, passengers, and bystanders. During a crash, the force of the collision can shatter...

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Delaware Pedestrian Accidents, Safety In The Spotlight This Month

October is Pedestrian Safety Awareness Month in Delaware Pedestrian accidents that result in serious injuries or fatalities remain a serious problem in Delaware. That's one reason the State of Delaware has designated October as "Pedestrian Safety Awareness Month." "The state of Delaware is committed to reducing and eliminating pedestrian fatalities through public education programs, safety...

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