For the rest of us, let me summarize it this way: slow down, pay attention, and always look twice before turning or changing lanes. If everyone always followed those simple rules, everywhere, every day, the miles driven can increase, and we’d decrease the number of deaths. Miles driven will go back up and continue to rise, that is a certainty. The part we can each control is our safe driving habits, so do your part and follow these rules and let’s hope you help save lives.
Our interstates, county highways and local roads are full of trucks which are essential to carry the goods and merchandise that we and our area businesses need every day which are essential to our lifestyles, but simply due to their huge size and weight, they can cause the biggest crashes, injuries and deaths on the road of any vehicle.
Despite the fact that the public has been travelling far less over the last 2 months, the rate of fatal vehicle crashes has exploded.
Another preventable motorcycle crash where we lose a 22 year old from Springfield Missouri because the driver didn’t look twice.
Recently, I came across a great article the NATMI recently shared that focused on the effect that advanced safety technology on our vehicles has had in regards to the number of yearly accidents.
This particular year, despite all the craziness with the presidential campaign, we have a lot of choices and decisions to make between now and Nov. 8th.
I have been selected to do a webinar for the American Association for Justice entitled: Understanding Medicare Liens in Personal Injury Cases
So far, Missouri is on track to have the highest traffic fatality count for the last 5 years.
It is only August and SW MO has already beat the number for the highest of the last 5 years, and we still have 1/3 of the year left, which includes holidays and bad weather.
When you’re injured in Missouri through someone else’s negligence, recklessness, or intentional behavior, you have a right to compensation not only of your medical costs or damage to your car, but also to your lost wages.
Explaining how to get your medical bills paid for after an accident.