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Five Common Car Accident Myths

The internet has a lot going for it. Easy access to valuable information is usually touted as one of the top advantages. There is a flip side though. It also facilitates the spread of misinformation at warp speed. Remember those informative and warning emails you used to receive and forward without checking sources? This has been largely replaced by article link sharing on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media platforms. Granted, very helpful information is shared everyday via the internet, but it's important to take all this helpful advice with a grain of salt. And you should never act on legal information you found on the internet. Always speak with an attorney first. That said, let's look at five common myths about car accidents that you likely heard about on the internet.

Popular new app raises some potential distracted walking worries

Among the many things that can contribute to how likely pedestrian accidents are is how pedestrians act. One of the types of pedestrian conduct that could up the chances of pedestrians ending up in harm’s way is distracted walking.

Motor vehicle accidents: Driver charged following fatal crash

Car manufacturers put a great deal of effort into ensuring that their vehicles are safe. Despite their efforts, however, there is no sure way of completely avoiding motor vehicle accidents. However, using features such as seat belts can often provide some protection. Unfortunately, a young girl who was reportedly not restrained was recently killed in a recent accident in Louisiana. The driver now faces multiple charges.

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