You've broken the speed limit before. It feels like everyone does. Maybe you were late for work. Maybe you were on a long road trip, and you knew that setting your cruise control slightly above the speed limit would shave off some time. Maybe you just didn't see the road sign, and you were not sure what the speed limit was.
A teenage driver talking on a cellphone runs a red light and hits another car. A teen reading a text message fails to stop on the line at a crosswalk and strikes a pedestrian. A teen driver turning around to talk to friends or, reaching down to turn up the radio, drifts out of the right lane on the interstate and sends three cars spinning off the road.
The end of summer is quickly approaching and there will be one final weekend to enjoy time with family and friends before the hustle and bustle of the school year takes over our lives. That would be Labor Day weekend and it is right around the corner. If you plan to spend the weekend on the water, here are some boating safety tips to follow.
Errors that result in a patient's health declining or them losing their life happen every day across this country. There are a variety of reasons that they occur.
No one wants to get into a car crash, but sometimes it just happens. Many people walk away from car crashes with nothing but bruises and scrapes. Others are not so lucky. Any major collision creates the risk of a potentially serious head injury. It only takes moderate force in a crash to generate a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
There is an inherent risk to traveling in a motor vehicle, even if you are a very careful driver. For many people, the worst-case scenario after a crash is the potential for someone they love to die. Sadly, that nightmare becomes reality for thousands of families every year.
If you were involved in an auto accident that caused a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you will join one of over 5 million Americans who are challenged by the effects of their brain injuries. It's estimated that 1.7 million additional victims suffer brain injuries every year.