As companies try to wrap up road construction projects before the first snowfall, drivers in the Detroit area need to be careful when they approach these zones. Some drivers aren't going to be safe when they come upon them. Whether they are distracted, drunk or just driving recklessly, they can cause serious accidents. These might result in injuries that last a lifetime, such as those to the spinal cord or brain.
Many drivers know that they should be on the lookout for other drivers who appear to be drunk. What you might not realize is that this isn't the only form of impairment you need to be aware of. Some drivers are high on drugs or too tired when they get behind the wheel. They might exhibit signs of impairment.
Car wrecks can make a person's life change considerably, especially if there are catastrophic injuries. It is easy to see how things like brain or spinal cord injuries might make life very difficult.
Memorial Day has come and gone, which means that the country has entered the 100 deadliest days of the year for teen drivers. It is easy to see why this period from now through Labor Day is so deadly -- teens are out of school and spending more time behind the wheel. Still, this is a perfect time for parents to have safety talks with their young drivers. It is also a good idea for others on the road to ensure they are driving safely.
Car crashes can instantly change lives. When you are involved in one, your entire focus might be to try to overcome the effects of the accident. This is understandable, but it does take your energy away from living your life like you were before the crash.
The emotional trauma that comes after a serious accident can't be denied. It can impact your life in a number of ways. Some people might choose to ignore the fact that these effects do happen, but the victims who are suffering might not be able to do this.
There are many things that might lead to a car crash. The one factor that brings all of these accidents together, no matter what caused them, is that innocent people can suffer. If you are involved in a crash, there is a chance that your life has changed for the worse since that incident. We know that you never expected this to occur, but now that you are faced with the new way of life, you need to find out what you can do to rectify the situation.
A 74-year-old Chelsea man's alleged wrong-way driving resulted in a multi-car pile-up along southbound US-23 on Sunday afternoon, April 8. Michigan State Police (MSP) note that the crash caused the deaths of two Ohio residents and seriously injured several others.