Car Resources & Guides
Accident Scene Questions
Even a minor crash can be extremely stressful, and we wouldn’t fault you for losing your cool. But the moment you get rear-ended, or accidentally tap that parked car, can be critical in another way, too.
If you hope to secure fair compensation, you’ll need your wits about you immediately after a crash.
We’ve made a guide with 9 simple steps to make the most out of an insurance claim or strengthen a potential personal injury case.
Learn the basics before your next collision here.
Insurance Company Questions
Dealing with an insurance company is one of the more stressful aspects of life after an auto accident. Especially if you’re auto insurer has refused to settle, or left you looking at a low-ball offer.
Because New York is a “No-fault” State, almost every accident victim is guaranteed a minimum of compensation for medical expenses.
But how much, and for what? More importantly, what if you need more to recover?
Want to learn what happens if the other driver doesn’t have liability coverage? And whether or not your rates will automatically rise after a crash?
Find the answers here.
Want to get the big picture on car accidents in America, New York State and NYC? We’ve analyzed the numbers to find out why accidents happen, when they happen and how many result in injury.
Take a closer look here.
Accident Prevention Tips
The best way to handle an accident is not to have one in the first place. Our guide will give you ten common-sense steps to drastically reduce the likelihood of a crash.
Learn more on protecting yourself and loved ones here.
Teenager’s Guide To Driving
Teens between the ages of 16 and 19 are four times as likely to be fatally injured in an auto crash than drivers between 25 and 69. Developing safe driving habits from the start is essential.
You can find tips for teen drivers and their parents here.