The Clarion-Ledger reports on a tragic head-on collision that resulted in the death of four people who were all part of the same family, including a toddler and an infant. The accident occurred on Highway 21 in Kemper County on a Monday evening late last month, when a Dodge Ram pickup truck heading north crossed over the centerline and careened Continue Reading
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What Is Hydroplaning?
It has been more than a decade since Hurricane Katrina swept through Mississippi, but thousands of residents are still recovering from both the physical and emotional devastation that it caused. Fortunately, the state is better equipped than ever to respond to powerful storms should one strike during the 2017 hurricane season, but citizens need to Continue Reading
Mississippi Woman Sentenced for Fatal DUI Collision
According to MS News Now, a 21-year-old woman who caused a fatal drunk driving collision back in 2014 just received a 25-year prison sentence for felony DUI. According to police, the woman was driving with one passenger, a 21-year-old man, at the time of the accident. Continue Reading
Why Did My Auto Insurance Provider Deny My Claim?
It is not uncommon for auto insurance companies to deny or undervalue claims, and there are both legitimate and illegitimate reasons for doing so. If your insurer denied your claim for a valid reason—for example, if you did not pay your premiums—then you may not have much recourse for pursuing compensation because your insurance company did not act Continue Reading
How Can I Avoid Drunk Driving Accidents over Memorial Day Weekend?
Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to visit relatives, host a cookout, or hit the town with friends. Even if your plans do not involve alcohol, bear in mind that drunk driving rates tend to spike over the long holiday. Continue Reading
How Might Mississippi’s Pure Comparative Negligence Law Affect My Claim?
If you were injured in a car accident that another driver caused, you probably expect that person’s auto insurance company to cover your medical bills, vehicle repairs, and other damages. However, if your case goes to trial and the court finds that you were partially responsible for the accident, your recovery will be reduced by your percentage of Continue Reading