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Construction Crew Errors When Directing Traffic in Road Work Zones

Construction Crew Errors When Directing Traffic in Road Work Zones We have all driven through construction zones that limit the flow of traffic. Whether a two-lane road narrows down to one lane, or traffic traveling opposing directions must share a single lane, there are risks that come with diverting traffic from its usual path. In […]

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Why Vehicle Ejections Happen

Why Vehicle Ejections Happen Cars and SUVs now come stocked with a variety of safety features, but, airbags and other features help very little if a person is ejected from their vehicle. Vehicle ejections are extremely dangerous and often deadly. Reasons for Ejections Seat Belt One of a seat belt’s main functions is to keep […]

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Can a Car Accident Cause PTSD?

Can a Car Accident Cause PTSD? Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is commonly associated with veterans returning from active duty, though any type of traumatic event can lead to this often debilitating condition. In fact, many car accident victims develop PTSD following a crash, and it can impact their lives in many different ways. Signs and […]

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Are Dash Cams Worth It?

Are Dash Cams Worth It? After a car accident, you may know that someone else was at fault, but the insurance company or court will not simply accept your word on the matter. Instead, you must present enough evidence to prove that another party should be held liable for the accident and all of your […]

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Steps to Take when Hit by an Uninsured Motorist

Steps to Take when Hit by an Uninsured Motorist Kansas has strict requirements when it comes to minimum auto insurance for every driver in the state. Insurance policies must include a minimum amount of liability coverage for injuries and property damage caused by car crashes. Some people allow their car insurance to lapse and fail […]

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Will Electric Scooters Soon Share Sidewalks?

Will Electric Scooters Soon Share Sidewalks? Following the overwhelming success of rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft comes a different kind of transportation trend, which involves sharing electric scooters. Companies like Lime, Bird, Gotcha, and more are providing scooters for rent via mobile apps for anyone looking for a faster way to travel than walking. […]

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Deer Season Increases Car Accident Risks in Kansas

Deer Season Increases Car Accident Risks in Kansas Highway officials warn of the increased risk during deer breeding season for serious car accidents and injuries. In Kansas, deer breeding seasons runs from October through December each year. During this time, deer-related car accidents in Salina are a major concern. In addition to causing extensive property […]

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If I was partially at fault in my accident, am I entitled to compensation if I was injured?

If I Was Partially at Fault in My Accident, am I Entitled to Compensation? When accidents happen, it is often the result of another person’s negligence. In these situations, you may be entitled to compensation for personal injuries you suffer, which includes medical expenses, lost wages, and other costs you incur. Even in cases in […]

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Understanding the Distracted Brain

Why Driving While Using Hands-Free Cell Phones Is Risky Behavior by: National Safety Council Read article here – https://www.nsc.org/Portals/0/Documents/DistractedDrivingDocuments/Cognitive-Distraction-White-Paper.pdf

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Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Spotlight on Texting Dangers During Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April During National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April, traffic and safety officials in Kansas call attention to the dangers of cell phones, texting, and other types of activities that can increase your car accident risks. Operating a motor vehicle is both a privilege and […]

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