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December 2019 Archives

Ignition interlocks stop drunk drivers but cause accidents

When someone is arrested for drunk driving, it isn't uncommon for the court to order an ignition interlock device to be placed in their car. An ignition interlock is essentially a breathalyzer that keeps a car from running if the driver has a positive blood alcohol reading.

What happens during the discovery process after a car accident?

If you were injured in a car accident and the insurance company hasn't made a decent settlement offer, you may naturally want to pursue your injury claim in court. There are a lot of steps, however, that have to be taken between the time you file a claim and the time your case goes to court.

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