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Car Accidents

After a car accident, it’s natural to feel confused. However, there are important steps that you need to take to protect your legal rights if you’ve been injured. Staying organized at the crash scene can put you in the best possible position to obtain compensation if you need to file…

Car accidents are very common and it has resulted in tons of myths. Accident victims who believe these myths may become vulnerable and left with a heavy financial burden to bear. Myth – I can file my auto accident claim at any time. The Hawaii statute of limitations for car…

Whiplash is a painful neck injury that is frequently caused by auto accidents. Although it has historically been considered a minor injury, whiplash can actually result in a lifetime of chronic pain. If you suffered whiplash in an Oahu car accident, don’t let the insurance company dismiss your claim as…

Pedestrian deaths are the highest they’ve been in more than 30 years, according to the preliminary results of a study recently released by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). Around 6,590 pedestrians died in collisions in 2019, up five percent from the previous year. The news is especially dismal in…

Many Hawaii drivers understand that when they are injured in a car accident, some type of insurance will be available to help with their crash-related expenses. However, many motorists do not know who pays what — their auto insurer, or their health insurance company? A Honolulu car accident attorney at…

Catching a ride with Uber or Lyft seems like a safe decision. Isn’t it a good idea to get a ride instead of going out drinking and then risk driving under the influence? Isn’t it better to hire a driver who knows where he or she is going instead of…

Automakers are constantly developing technologies to protect pedestrians from dangerous collisions. But the success of these systems varies significantly depending on the make and model of the car, according to a recent study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Tests Show Certain Cars Are Better at Preventing Pedestrian…

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