August 2020 Archives

Student driver hit by drunk driver

A driver who the police believe was drunk crashed into a student driver and an instructor in Louisiana. While both appear to be stable and are expected to live through their injuries, those injuries are severe and put both the 17-year-old student and the instructor in the hospital.

5 types of evidence for crash reconstruction

The process of crash reconstruction is very important after an accident. Drivers often do not remember what happened or give conflicting accounts. Accidents seem to happen so quickly. People who were directly involved and should give accurate accounts may fail to do so. The crash reconstruction team can work backward to determine what happened and who was at fault.

Motorcyclists should watch for distracted drivers behind them

As a motorcyclist, you spend most of your time watching the traffic ahead of you, beside you and coming your way. The biggest threat from distracted driving seems to be a driver who begins drifting into your lane from the oncoming lanes or someone who merges without seeing that you're already occupying that lane.

Spinal cord injuries can produce lifelong issues for victims

Motor vehicle accidents, including those involving motorcycles, is the leading cause of spinal cord injuries. These incidents account for nearly half of the new cases annually. Falls, acts of violence, sports, alcohol and diseases are all on the list behind the motor vehicle injuries. Regardless of the cause of these crashes, the victims often face serious life impacts.

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