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Legal Articles, Motor Vehicle

Motorist Injuries Due To Negligent Road Construction

Blog post detailing some of the common causes of car accidents resulting from road construction and the legal actions that may be taken.

A Brief Guide to Purchasing Auto Insurance

In Florida, The Required Auto Insurance Coverages are not Adequate to Protect You in Case of an Accident

How to Fight a Seatbelt Ticket

Learn how to fight traffic tickets for not wearing a seatbelt.

How to Stay Safe on the Highway During Holiday Travel

How to Stay Safe on the Highway During Holiday Travel

Advanced Texas Occupational Driver's License Law

Texas Occupational License laws are surprisingly complicated and often neglected by lawyers and judges. This articles covers some of the more intricate and frequently encountered topics in an Occupational License practice.

Maryland Traffic Citations - How a molehill becomes a mountain !!!!!!!

The dangers of not complying with a Maryland Traffic Citation

Insurance Companies Work Hard To Not Pay Diminished Value Claims

Don't let insurance companies fool you, contact an Ohio diminished value attorney if uncertain about your vehicle damages.

Just How Fast is too Fast When Traveling the New York State Thruway

Many of us travel on the New York State Thruway for various reasons. Whether you are a NYS resident commuting for work or an out-of-stater just passing through for travel purposes, you will notice that the posted speed limit on the thruway is well documented at 65 miles per hour (mph).

Fight Your Traffic Ticket

How to fight your own traffic ticket.

Illinois Cell Phone Penalties and Traffic Tickets

Eating. Smoking. Fiddling with the radio. Entering your destination on GPS. Entertaining children. Carrying on conversation. There are numerous ways that a driver may become distracted, but none compares to the use of a cell phone.

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