Many people like to drive in nice weather since most of us know that safety is compromised in inclement weather. It is imperative that we are ready to deal with whatever hazards and challenges we face when on the road.
Distracted driving is too common these days. It seems like almost anywhere you go, you will see drivers who are on the phone, eating or fiddling with something in the vehicle. No matter how quick or how seemingly small the distraction, there is a chance that it will lead to a crash.
Seeking compensation for the damages in a car accident requires you to think carefully about a lot of different things. As you start considering the damages that you have to deal with, you might come to realize that the cost of the accident is much more than what you originally thought.
Automobile accidents can lead to minor cosmetic damage of a vehicle, but they can also lead to the vehicle being totaled out because of extensive damage. One thing that you can't do when you are injured in an accident is think that because the damage to the car doesn't look bad that your injuries won't be severe.
All drivers have to be careful when they are on the road. There is a chance that a driver's actions might end up causing an accident that leads to serious injuries or death. This was highlighted recently when a Southwest Guilford basketball player was killed in an accident.
You do your best to be safe on the roads. Just like you avoid getting behind the wheel after drinking alcohol or taking certain medications, you probably also do your best to avoid distractions while behind the wheel. Unfortunately, other drivers may not have the same care and concern that you do for the safety of everyone on the road. When a distracted driver causes a serious accident, that person's negligence and bad decision-making could cost you a lot.
A 2-year-old girl, her 22-year-old mother, and her 42-year-old grandmother all lost their lives in a fatal crash in Nash County early in the morning on Friday, Sept. 1.
Distractions are difficult to deal with in any situation. When a driver is distracted, the situation can turn very dangerous and even possibly deadly. It is imperative that all drivers focus only on the road when they are driving. Everything else has to wait.
A car crash can lead to a host of traumas, including brain injuries or spinal cord injuries. These aren't the only injuries that you can suffer. You might also suffer from broken bones and mental trauma during the crash.
Car accidents rank as one of the leading causes of injury and death year after year. The statistics paint a bleak picture, but there are many things you can do to reduce the risk of an accident. When you get behind the wheel, remember to: