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6 Common Bad Driving Habits to Avoid 

Whether you are just learning to drive or have had your license for years, you may be engaging in bad driving habits without even knowing. Not only are these habits dangerous, but some might be illegal. To keep yourself safe, avoid engaging in these six bad driving habits.  However, you must remember
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Understanding Insurance: What It Is and How Much You Should Buy 

Car accidents can happen in an instant, but the financial consequences might be long-lasting. That is why all drivers should have auto insurance. Car insurance may help offset the cost of being in a crash by covering your accident-related expenses, such as medical bills, property damages, and lost wages. Insurance can also
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How Long Does It Take to Get a Settlement After a Deposition?

It is normal to want to settle your car accident case as quickly as possible. A settlement represents a fresh start with the money you need to finally move forward. Resolving your case, however, may require a complicated insurance process. In some cases, car accident victims have to give depositions. If you
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Understanding Idaho’s Pedestrian Laws

Pedestrian laws protect the most vulnerable people on the road from accidents and injuries. They regulate places where pedestrian and vehicle traffic intersect, providing rules for each party to prevent collisions. Obeying pedestrian laws is critical for preventing serious and fatal bodily injuries. Understanding pedestrian rights and responsibilities in Idaho can help
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Common Truck Accident Injuries

Truck accidents are some of the most catastrophic crashes on the road. A collision between a heavy 18-wheeler and a typical passenger car will result in much more significant damage to the latter. Every year, tens of thousands of truck accident victims ended up in hospitals due to serious and life-threatening injuries.
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What Is Utah’s Comparative Negligence Law?

Negligence is the basis of most Utah personal injury claims. Negligence is an individual or entity’s breach of the duty of care, often resulting in harm to others. Comparative negligence is a related law that specifically refers to a plaintiff’s alleged fault in contributing to his or her injuries. It is important
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Idaho Distracted Driving Laws

Thousands of auto accidents per year occur due to distracted driving. Taking one’s eyes off the road or hands from the wheel to text, change the radio station, eat or engage in other activities besides driving can lead to collisions. In 2018, 2,841 people in the US lost their lives because of
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Idaho Car Insurance Laws and Requirements

Over one million licensed drivers navigate Idaho’s roads daily. Although state law requires automobile insurance coverage or the equivalent, hundreds of drivers choose to negligently drive without insurance. If you get into a collision with an uninsured driver, obtaining compensation for your damages could be difficult. If you are the uninsured driver,
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