You get in the car, close your door and then what do you do next? Turn on the car? Hit "play" on your playlist? What about putting on your seatbelt? Putting on your seatbelt should be a part of your routine as you prepare to hit the road.
Brain injuries can be one of the most devastating types of injuries car accident victims suffer. Brain injuries can impact a victim's mood, personality, and ability to perform daily activities once performed with ease prior to the accident such as attending school or going to work. Because of the serious impact of brain injuries, personal injury legal protections are available to help some brain injury victims recover compensation for the harm they have suffered.
Children have a higher risk than adults have of being bitten by a dog. When children are bitten, the bites are also usually more severe than what an adult typically experiences. Dog bite injuries can cause your child pain, nerve damage, broken bones, infections and scarring, and injuries can be especially traumatic if your child is bitten on the face.
Distracted driving is dangerous and can result in serious injuries and harm for victims. Victims of distracted driving-related accidents should be familiar with how they can protect themselves when they have suffered harm because of a distracted driver.
Almost all states allow speed limits of 70 miles per hour, and a few even get to 80 or 85. Here in the Bay State, the fastest highways only get up to 65. This might be annoying on your drive home—but it could also save your life.