Most of our readers have been involved in fenders benders before. But, unfortunately, we all know from daily news reports that much more serious car accidents occur quite frequently in the Minneapolis area. One recent report from the local area provided a few details about a truck accident that left a teenage driver dead at the scene.
Umbrella insurance sounds comforting and can be a smart decision for many consumers. It normally works like this: You buy an umbrella insurance policy that broadens the coverage you get from basic policies. So, suppose you get into a car accident, and the bills incurred go past what your basic insurance policy covers. The aim is for your umbrella policy to pick up what is left once you exhaust the basic policies.
There is no doubt that people in different regions of the country have different habits, routines and traditions. A recent report suggests people in the Midwest just might be the safest drivers on the nation's roadways.
When Minnesota residents suffer an injury on the job, they can sometimes feel like their options are limited. While recovering from their injury, how will they pay their bills? For most employees in Minnesota and other states, the answer is a claim for workers' compensation. Unfortunately, railroad workers don't have this option.
Many of our readers in Minneapolis know that car accidents are one of the leading causes of death in America. But, what are the most common causes of car accidents? Well, as most people would probably guess, distracted driving is high on the list. And, according to a recent report, the vast majority of drivers on the roadways in America agree that distracted driving is a serious problem: 80 percent say so, in fact.