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WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO!!!!

WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO What to do and what not to do. There you are driving along minding your own business and you look in the rear view mirror and there it is – flashing blue lights right behind you.  What do you do and/or not do?  That is the question.  Here are some ideas. DO:     What to do. Turn on your flashers to let the officer know that you have seen his lights and you are … [Read more...]

INVOLVED IN A HIT AND RUN CAR COLLISION

Being involved in a Hit-and-run car collision is the act of causing (or contributing to) a traffic crash (such as colliding with a person or a fixture), and failing to stop and identify oneself afterwards. It is considered a crime in most jurisdictions.  In many jurisdictions there may be an additional obligation to exchange information about one's financial responsibility (including any … [Read more...]

GET YOU PULLED OVER BY POLICE

  GET YOU PULLED OVER BY POLICE        Get you pulled over by police. There are many reasons that police officers may pull a person over in their vehicle.  We just wanted to discuss a few. Speeding will get you pulled over:  No doubt officers all across the country agree that this is the Number 1 reason for pulling people over.  Remember – those posted speed limit signs are there for … [Read more...]

AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS

AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS   Automobile accidents happen every day.  The following are some likely causes or contributing factors. Automobile accidents and Inclement weather:  Rain is always a problem on the roadways as the road surfaces become slick (day or night).  And in the winter when the temperatures drop and the rain becomes ice, sleet or snow, the roadways become far more … [Read more...]

SCHOOL BUS CRASH

School bus crash kills 5 innocent children in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  The fatalities included four girls and one boy - one kindergartener, one first grader and three fourth graders.  A school bus crash is not the headline we wanted to see this morning - especially just a few days away from the holidays. CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) - The school bus crash arrest report for school bus driver … [Read more...]

THANKSGIVING DAY TRAVEL

Thanksgiving day travel. We don’t know about you, but Thanksgiving is our favorite holiday. It is so wonderful to gather with family and friends to give thanks for each other and the bountiful blessings on the table. But with family and friends scattered out across the nation, sometimes getting all together on one special day can be difficult. According to AAA about 47 million people traveled 50 … [Read more...]

BICYCLISTS

Pedalcyclists are bicyclists and other cyclists including riders of two-wheel, nonmotorized vehicles, tricycles and unicycles powered solely by pedals. Each year about 2 percent of motor vehicle crash deaths are bicyclists. In a majority of bicyclist deaths, the most serious injuries are to the head, highlighting the importance of wearing a bicycle helmet. More adults across the country are … [Read more...]

Halloween

            Halloween. Yes, it is that time of the year again for our little ones, teenagers, and some young adults to hit the streets in search of all the candy they can get in their bags.  As with any outdoor activity – especially one that is done primarily after dark – one cannot express Halloween safety tips too often. Before the children even get out of the house to begin their Halloween … [Read more...]

ACCIDENTS-AUTO,18 WHEELER, MOTORCYCLE, BIKE, PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT

Have you been involved in an accident, injured by a 3rd party, Call RONKIMLAW.COM with over 30 years of experience; 251-970-5467 or 901-767-3520 … [Read more...]

Complaint

The word “complaint” has many definitions, but in this case, we are referring to the legal definition.             Complaint:  In legal terminology, a complaint in a civil action is any formal legal document that sets out the facts and legal reasons (cause of action) the filing party or parties (the plaintiff(s)) believes are sufficient to support a claim against the party or parties against … [Read more...]