When a car crashes with a passenger in the back seat who isn’t using a seat belt, the unbelted rear-seat passenger can slam into the driver’s seat, pushing the driver into the airbag and steering wheel with a 35-mph impact. More than half the fatalities in passenger vehicle crashes in the USA each year involve unbelted occupants.
My thoughts on a recent article published by the Springfield News Leader discussing front-end crash prevention technology on automobiles.
The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety (MCRS) was recently notified that they are a recipient of the American Public Works Association (APWA) Award for Exceptional Performance in Safety. The award will be presented at the APWA national conference in Minneapolis in August.
Recently I had the honor of presenting a lecture on trial strategies.
The weather might limit some plans for the holiday weekend for many, but I hope that is the worst that happens.