Fatal car accidents reach 110 in 2021
Yoshida & Associates Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
2y ago
Each year, data is collected to help the government see the total number of fatal collisions in the United States. Hawaii also keeps track of crash data despite not being a part of the mainland U.S., which is helpful in determining if crashes are becoming more or less prominent and more or less severe. In 2021, Hawaii ended the year with 117 deaths. When broken down to deaths per 100 million miles, Hawaii had 1.07 deaths per 100 million miles and 110 crashes overall. Common causes of car accidents in Hawaii include: Bad weather Auto defects Intoxication Distracted driving Speeding These and ot ..read more
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How much compensation can I get in my personal injury case?
Yoshida & Associates Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
2y ago
When another individual or a business causes injury or property damage, they have liability for the consequences. For example, if one person causes a car accident, they have liability that their insurance helps cover. Property owners have liability if someone falls down their stairs due to a loose handrail. Business owners have liability both for their facilities and for the products or services that they provide to the public. If you have a personal injury claim against an individual or a business, it’s important to understand what kind of compensation you can seek. How much is your personal ..read more
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Does the insurance company really have my best interests at heart?
Yoshida & Associates Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
3y ago
If you’re driving in Hawaii and are struck by another person, your immediate concern should be for your own health and wellness. The priority in this situation is to get the medical care you need to start your recovery. Many people do worry about the cost of medical care and how they’ll be able to afford the treatments they need. Fortunately, if you are hit by another person and involved in a car crash, their insurance coverage should kick in and help you cover your losses. The insurance company may reach out to you to talk to you about settling your case, but you need to be wary. Insurance ag ..read more
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What are my first steps after a car accident?
Yoshida & Associates Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
3y ago
Previous to becoming involved in an accident, you may have had a vague idea about what you should do if you become involved in one. However, it the chaos and panic that is likely to be accompanied by the incident, it is likely that you did not act in a structured or collected way. Regardless, you should always make sure that safety is a priority — it is likely that your instincts kicked in and you did whatever you could to ensure the safety of yourself and others. If you have been involved in a car accident and you are not sure whether you took the right steps or what to do next, the following ..read more
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What are commonly overlooked injuries in a car accident?
Yoshida & Associates Blog
by harshitha.gs@thomsonreuters.com
3y ago
Once you recover from the shock of impact, checking yourself for injuries will probably be the first thing you do after a car crash. Once you have assessed yourself, you will likely then turn to check the other people in your vehicle. Many drivers also get out to check the person in the other car, even if that person caused the crash. Assessing everyone for obvious, possibly life-threatening injuries after a crash is important so that you can seek emergency medical care if necessary. If no one seems to be in dire need of medical care, you might move on to assessing the vehicle and bypass going ..read more
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Does the insurance company really have my best interests at heart?
Yoshida & Associates Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
3y ago
If you’re driving in Hawaii and are struck by another person, your immediate concern should be for your own health and wellness. The priority in this situation is to get the medical care you need to start your recovery. Many people do worry about the cost of medical care and how they’ll be able to afford the treatments they need. Fortunately, if you are hit by another person and involved in a car crash, their insurance coverage should kick in and help you cover your losses. The insurance company may reach out to you to talk to you about settling your case, but you need to be wary. Insurance ag ..read more
Visit website
What are my first steps after a car accident?
Yoshida & Associates Blog
by gturnercontentcustoms
3y ago
Previous to becoming involved in an accident, you may have had a vague idea about what you should do if you become involved in one. However, it the chaos and panic that is likely to be accompanied by the incident, it is likely that you did not act in a structured or collected way. Regardless, you should always make sure that safety is a priority — it is likely that your instincts kicked in and you did whatever you could to ensure the safety of yourself and others. If you have been involved in a car accident and you are not sure whether you took the right steps or what to do next, the following ..read more
Visit website
What are commonly overlooked injuries in a car accident?
Yoshida & Associates Blog
by harshitha.gs@thomsonreuters.com
3y ago
Once you recover from the shock of impact, checking yourself for injuries will probably be the first thing you do after a car crash. Once you have assessed yourself, you will likely then turn to check the other people in your vehicle. Many drivers also get out to check the person in the other car, even if that person caused the crash. Assessing everyone for obvious, possibly life-threatening injuries after a crash is important so that you can seek emergency medical care if necessary. If no one seems to be in dire need of medical care, you might move on to assessing the vehicle and bypass going ..read more
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