Often, this is not something that people give much thought to until their car has been hit and they are injured — or there are injuries to other people in the vehicle — but looking at these tips before things get to this point can help you know how to act.
If you would like more tips about auto crashes or more information on your legal rights when you have been involved in one, we think that you may find our car accidents page to be very helpful.
Even “minor” fender benders can bring about major ramifications. Over two million Americans will suffer “whiplash” injuries each year, causing persistent neck and upper back pain. One of the most common causes of whiplash injury is motor vehicle accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has estimated that rear-end collisions account for 6 percent […]
Despite the dangers associated with drunk and intoxicated driving, some individuals still choose to get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle while they are under the influence of alcohol. Doing so is a surefire way for them to cause a motor vehicle collision. Because alcohol is a depressant, it slows down the functioning of […]