Staying Safe With Utah’s New Motorcycle Law

Staying Safe With Utah’s New Motorcycle Law

If you’re a motorcyclist, you may already be familiar with the term lane splitting, which refers to a lane sharing maneuver. Only two states have legislation that allows motorcyclists to engage in lane sharing, which are California and Utah. Lane splitting is legal in...
How Many Accidents Involve Trucks

How Many Accidents Involve Trucks

Road crashes are expected to become the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. by 2030. Among road-related deaths in 2017, 4,657 of them were caused by trucks, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Small cars don’t stand a chance against 18-wheelers,...
4 Causes of Truck Accidents

4 Causes of Truck Accidents

Commercial trucks, such as delivery trucks and big rigs, present tremendous dangers on the road to smaller cars and their passengers. Truck drivers must be aware of the potential harm their unwieldy vehicles can cause, and other drivers need to be hyper-vigilant...
What Are the Top 5 Most Common Medical Errors?

What Are the Top 5 Most Common Medical Errors?

Medical errors sound like something that only occurs in movies or your worst nightmares, but they’re an unfortunate reality. Over 250,000 people die from preventable medical mistakes each year, according to Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Millions of patients are...
The Five Biggest Reasons for Pedestrian Accidents

The Five Biggest Reasons for Pedestrian Accidents

Traveling by foot is the healthier option, but it’s not always the safer option. Pedestrians are involved in 13 percent of vehicle-related fatalities, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Drivers are legally responsible for controlling...