Tag Archive: Arkansas car accident attorney Peter Miller

Arkansas awards $4.1 million for project to reduce wrong-way driving

Red and white signs saying Do Not Enter and Wrong Way

Last year I wrote an article about Arkansas highway officials seeking $2.8 million in improvements to prevent wrong-way crashes. In the good news category, the state recently awarded a $3.1 million contract in an effort to reduce and prevent wrong-way…
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Road rash injuries and how to treat them

Minor road rash injuries to arm

When I was growing up, I’d see guys on motorcycles wearing leather jacks, pants and boots. They looked really tough and scary. Then one day I realized why they dressed like that. They weren’t hoods. They were smart cyclists! They…
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Lane splitting and other Arkansas motorcycle laws

Helmeted motorcyclist driving past trees

If you ride a motorcycle in Arkansas, it is very important that you know the relevant laws. Motorcycle laws vary from state to state, so if you’re traveling across state lines, be sure you research what is legal and what…
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Who is liable in a skateboard accident?

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You see them everywhere – skateboarderss zipping around in spiraling circles, jumping over umpteem obstacles, and zooming past pedestrians. What a lot of people may not realize is that there are many skateboarders who have also become commuters. The answer…
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Tips for parents facing end-of-school teen celebrations

Afro American graduate receiving her diploma

It’s spring and the time for celebrating high school graduation is neigh. With graduation parties, proms and other partying, it represents a potentially dangerous time for our teen drivers, especially if they have been drinking. The Center for Disease Control…
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Proper maintenance of motorcycles can prevent personal injury accidents

Close up picture of a motorcycle belt drive

Motorcycles are not just for Hell’s Angels. Plenty of everyday folks ride them for their fuel economy, for fun, to get around town, or to go on a long trip. Just as motorcycle riding safety is emphasized, it is also…
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Do motorcycle helmets save lives?

Two men putting on motorcycle helmet while helmeted woman sits on motorcycle

The very simple answer to the question, “Do motorcycle helmets save lives?” is “yes”. The single most effective way to save lives in a motorcycle accident is to wear a helmet. This becomes a very important answer as the number…
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May is Motorcycle Awareness Month

Motorcyclists driving on a roadway with a sign "Watch Out for Bikers"

The National Safety Council (NSC) and other safety organizations have designated May as “Motorcycle Awareness Month”. The campaign is an effort to educate and alert drivers and motorcyclists to stay safe on the road. Motorcycles are considered vehicles and have…
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2017 Subaru Impreza top safety pick of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

Subaru Impreza 2017 Red Hatchback

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has designated the 2017 Subaru Impreza as their top safety pick award. This coveted recognition, called the 2017 TOP SAFETY PICK+ award, was given because of the small car’s top ratings for crash…
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National Safety Council estimates 40,200 traffic fatalities in 2016, double those for 2014

Two cars damaged from head on collision

It was only recently that I wrote an article about the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) report on the surge in traffic deaths for the first nine months of 2016. Now, a report from the National Safety Council has…
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