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How is blood alcohol concentration measured?

If you are involved in an accident with a drunk driver, one of the things that officers may ask of the other driver and possibly you as well is to submit to a series of tests to determine whether either of you are intoxicated. A number of these test revolve around your blood alcohol concentration.

Fatal accidents leave families wondering what to do next

It is a horrible thing to contemplate. You bid goodbye to a loved one as they leave for work or head off to pick up some groceries, but they never come home. Perhaps their car was involved in a crash or they were struck by a vehicle while they were on foot. Motor vehicle accidents can often result in serious injuries and even death, leaving you and your family with a sudden void to come to terms with.

Operating a motorcycle can be a balance between joy and danger

If you are a motorcycle enthusiast, you may be all too aware of the potential dangers that you can be exposed to on the roads. Nevertheless, you may also have decided that the joy of riding is worth the potential risks. Furthermore, why should you forfeit a pastime you enjoy because others on the road may be negligent?

What info should I share after a car accident?

In the immediate aftermath of a car crash, it’s normal to feel a bit out of sorts. It happens so quickly — and is often so unexpected — that it can make your head spin. You might not know how to proceed, so here are a few pointers that you can tuck away and use if you find yourself in an auto accident. Your first thought is to make sure that everyone is OK.

Who could be liable in the event of a commercial truck accident?

Commercial truck accidents can be severe and devastating. These vehicles can often be very large, with potentially hazardous loads. If one crashes, not only does it cover a wide area, it can also do a lot of damage, simply as a result of its weight and the difficulty of maneuvering it if it runs into trouble. However, as is the case in any accident, if you are involved in a truck crash, the cause of that crash will need to be determined. This can affect the legal repercussions of the accident as well as your eligibility for compensation.

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