When you are in a car accident, it can be frustrating because although you might be adamant that the other driver was to blame, it may be difficult to prove it with reliable evidence.
Last week, Amtrak experienced another rail mishap only two days after another of its passenger trains crashed into a freight train as it rolled through South Carolina. Two railroad employees died in that collision, which also injured over 100 passengers.
A pedestrian-vehicle accident is every bit as serious as it sounds. While the person driving the vehicle may be able to walk away unharmed, the same doesn't typically hold true for the pedestrian.
Those who drive for a living are constantly aware of the potential dangers from other drivers. This includes mail carriers, who must pull to the side of the road to deliver customers' packages, letters and bills.
A man was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Camaro when it left the roadway and landed on top of another vehicle, killing two people who were in that car.