One Crash is Too Many Blog

Insuring bad driving attitudes

I struck a raw nerve with my last column about collision insurance. A former client, continuing to feel symptoms from a rear-end collision that occurred years ago, inspired the topic. She became pissed off by…
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Time to end collision insurance

“To be honest, it pisses me off”. Those are the words of a former client who continues to live with neck symptoms years after a “minor” rear-end collision. Neck symptoms weren’t the piss-off, though. It…
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Make Time for Road Safety

“If only everyone…would just…slow…down”. Jordan said those words with paused, deliberate emphasis as he commented on road safety. He was referring to my last column, when I wrote about the congested traffic situation when two lanes…
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A common, and avoidable, intersection crash

‘Tis the season….for heavy traffic. Heavy traffic sets up one of the most dangerous circumstances I see in my personal injury practice. Approached with alert, common sense, they aren’t dangerous at all.  Unfortunately, “alert, common…
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Rules of the Road in Parking Lots

‘Tis the season….to be in a parking lot. It’s a cruel kind of torture, driving up and down isle after isle to find a spot. Everyone else seems to have the uncanny sense of anticipating…
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It’s yours, not the ice’s fault!

Brand new winter tires are installed, I have anti-lock brakes, I pay taxes for road maintenance services and never exceed the posted speed limit.  Who is at fault if I hit a patch of ice…
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