How Often Is Someone Killed In the U.S. by a Drunk Driver?

Deaths Caused by Drunk Driving | Fuller and Fuller, Attorneys at Law

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 29 people die every day in traffic accidents involving drunk drivers. That equates to about one impaired driving-related death every 50 minutes. When intoxicated drivers get behind the wheel, they jeopardize their lives and put the safety of everyone else on the road at risk. […]

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What to Do After a Fatal Car Accident

Do I Have a Wrongful Death Case?| Fuller and Fuller Attorneys at Law

Losing a loved one in a fatal car wreck is one of the most traumatic experiences a person can face. In addition to grieving after such a tremendous loss, you must navigate complex insurance matters and potential legal action. You do not need to face your hardships alone. At Fuller & Fuller, Attorneys at Law, […]

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How Much Damage Does It Take to Total a Car?

What Makes a Car Totaled? | Fuller and Fuller

If you’ve been involved in an auto accident, you’d probably like to get your car repaired or replaced as soon as possible. Dealing with insurance companies can be stressful, especially when all you want to do is get back on the road to your normal life. If your car was severely damaged in the accident, […]

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Common Injuries in a Slip and Fall

Types of Injuries in a Slip and Fall

Slip and fall accidents can cause serious injuries. While true for individuals of all ages, falling can be especially dangerous for older adults. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “One out of five falls causes a serious injury such as broken bones or a head injury.” The CDC also reports […]

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Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents

Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents | Fuller and Fuller

If you slipped and fell on someone else’s property, recovering your damages starts with determining the cause of the accident. Many different factors can lead to slip and fall accidents. Potentially your losses may be covered by homeowners insurance, renters insurance, or commercial property insurance. Why Do You Need to Prove the Cause of Your […]

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