Millennials have shaken up the rules in the workplace, how consumer goods are marketed and a number of other areas that we encounter every day. Turns out this impactful generation - broadly defined as anyone between 18 and 34 years old - also commands a lot of attention on our nation's highways, primarily because they statistically aren't very good drivers.
Everyday motorists take a risk by driving. Many of us commute to work or cart children to the football or soccer fields, never suspecting an everyday task to be so dangerous. The unfortunate reality is that motor vehicle crashes can and do occur. However, many of them can be prevented and fatalities reduced by following simple safety procedures.
Having worked with injured people for over 40 years, we understand the significant physical, emotion and financial toll that results from being involved in a car accident. The time after a car accident is stressful when you are left to deal with your injuries and the impact those injuries have on your family, employment and daily activities. It is during this time that you are most vulnerable to the insurance company antics. A misstep after an accident can jeopardize your claim and legal rights.