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The answer quite simply is yes. Obviously the speed and force with which vehicles hit each other can play a dramatic role in people getting hurt, however there have been numerous studies and anecdotal evidence that shows it is possible to get hurt in a simple parking lot collision. The make and model of the vehicle can determine the force of impact. A larger vehicle you’re less likely to be hurt; a small vehicle more likely to be injured.Read More
A tragic accident on the Capital Beltway caused the death of a 17-year-old Gonzaga College High School Senior. Authorities determined that the student's vehicle... Keep Reading.... Read More
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Everyone knows that after an accident the at-fault driver must pay to fix your car. But did you know that you can also recover the value your car lost as a result of the accident? Even after a car has been repaired, people looking to buy are not willing to pay full price for a car that has been involved in an accident. That loss in value represents a specific damage for which you can make a recovery.1
In some cases that loss in value can be enormous. For example, an... Read More