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Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident T-Bone?

A T-bone car accident (also known as a side-impact collision) is when a motor vehicle crashes into the side of another car, forming a T-shape. These collisions can be extremely damaging, as the first vehicle can crash directly into the driver or passenger’s side of the second car. Knowing how to determine fault for...
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How to Find Out if Someone Has Car Insurance

Driving without car insurance is against the law in Arizona and many other states – yet this doesn't stop hundreds of Arizonians from driving without insurance each day. If you get into a collision with another driver, you need to find out if that driver has car insurance. Arizona is a fault car insurance...
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Data Analysis: Overview of Arizona Motor Vehicle Crashes (Part 2/2)

In the first segment of our study on Arizona crash statistics, we explored the ages of drivers involved in crashes, gender and ages of passengers killed in accidents, types of vehicles involved in collisions, and more. Following up where we left off, we break down the statistics on crashes by Arizona county, nationwide accident...
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Data Analysis: Overview of Arizona Motor Vehicle Crashes [Part 1 of 2]

Even the most cautious drivers are likely to experience a car accident at some point in their life. Factors outside of a motorist's control, such as weather conditions, reckless behavior by other drivers, and mechanical failures, can easily cause a collision. News 9 reports that the average driver files an auto insurance claim for...
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Data Analysis: The Most Harmful Event in Fatal Crashes (Part 2/2)

In part one of this analysis, we posed the question: Outside of other vehicles, what are drivers most likely to hit in fatal collisions?  We examined 20 years of fatal crash data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), to find out – exploring the more common sources of fatal crashes, such as...
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