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Car Accidents Archives

The Firecracker 250 and July 4th might lead to crashes

The Coca-Cola Firecracker 250 at Daytona is only a few days away. Race fans are flocking to the area. Add these fans to the normal summer crowds and throw in the Fourth of July holiday coming up and it is easy to see why the roads are going to be crowded over the next couple of weeks.

Road rage and and other aggressive driving

Over the past seven years, more than 12,000 people have suffered injuries and 218 murders in the U.S. that happened because of road rage. It's also against the law. Road rage and aggressive driving are often thought to be one and the same, but there are subtle nuances between the two that are important to know.

Do people use phones less with kids in the car?

Cellphones are an enormous distraction for drivers, leading to accidents quite frequently. Some have speculated that having kids in the car might push cellphone use down, and a study was carried out to see if parents would keep their phones in their pockets with children along for the ride.

Be sure to get checked for mild brain injury after a car accident

Car accidents can lead to very serious injuries of all kinds, from broken bones and severed limbs to internal organ damage. However, one of the most common and destructive injuries suffered in car accidents are mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Mild TBIs are often overlooked in an initial medical exam after an accident, but that they are still a very serious injury that can destroy your job and personal life.

Poor road conditions lead to deaths and injuries

Injury accidents and wrongful deaths are always heartbreaking, but they are all the more so when they could have been avoided. A recent accident in Flagler County has destroyed lives, leaving several individuals dead and several more wounded — and it all might have been avoided if the responsible party had placed a stop light at a particularly dangerous intersection. Now that there is public outcry, the authorities are pledging to place a stoplight at the intersection, which will hopefully prevent further injuries and deaths, but that does nothing to comfort or help those who suffered in the accident.

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