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How Dangerous is Fatigued Driving?

About four percent of drivers fall asleep behind the wheel every month, according to government-obtained statistics through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That might not sound like a high number, but driving while drowsy leads to many unfortunate roadway tragedies annually. Every year, the CDC estimates that up to 6,000 people die in car accidents directly or partially linked to fatigued driving. Tens of thousands more suffer personal injury needlessly for the same reason. These figures highlight[…] Read More

What do Parents Need to Know About Teen Drivers and Car Accidents?

Unfortunately, the road can be a dangerous place. This is especially true for teen drivers. Youth, inexperience, and questionable decision-making are a combination that can often lead to disastrous results for these young drivers. Statistically, car accidents account for nearly 1.25 million deaths in the United States annually, with millions more becoming injured or disabled as a result. These numbers may be frightening, but what is important is to remember both the risks and the actions to take to promote[…] Read More

What Happens if I am Knocked Unconscious in a Car Accident?

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are common car accident injuries. TBIs come in a variety of forms, such as mild concussions, bleeding on the brain, and irreversible brain damage. However, any TBI can cause a driver to be knocked unconscious for a few seconds or longer. For this reason, drivers who lose consciousness for any length of time after a crash should always seek out medical treatment. Loss of consciousness can be one of the first indicators of a TBI. Other[…] Read More

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