Fall is finally here, which means the weather is crisp, cool, and absolutely perfect for taking family walks after dinner. Although there are several health benefits of getting in some gentle exercise on a daily basis, walking near a busy road is incredibly dangerous and could ultimately result in catastrophic injuries.
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Some people are natural born risk-takers, and if their state did not have minimum auto insurance requirements, those individuals might not carry any coverage at all. There’s no foolproof way to avoid car accidents, though, which is why all motorists should carry enough coverage to pay for any damages they might cause or incur in a collision.
Do your kids have the back-to-school blues now that classes are in session? Do you feel like your family did not get to spend enough quality time together this past summer because of camp, work, and other obligations?
If you are in a collision with a reckless driver and you sustain debilitating injuries, your first thought may be to file a claim against the liable motorist. But what if you were not wearing a seat belt and, as a result, your injuries are more severe than they probably would have been?
Everyone knows that driving under the influence of alcohol is dangerous, but few people actually consider why. Ultimately, it comes down to the effects that alcohol has on your body.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, fatigued motorists cause 100,000 collisions every year. Despite this statistic, most people are surprised to learn that drowsy driving poses many of the same risks as drunk driving. In fact, individuals who have been awake for 18 hours have the same response time and coordination as those who have a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent.