Distracted Driving and Personal Injuries
Distracted driving has become an epidemic on America’s roadways. A 2010 report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigated the role of distracted driving in causing accidents and found that it caused 18% of personal injury and wrongful death cases. The report found that more than 3,092 people died in accidents and 400,016 people suffered a personal injury due to distracted driving. These alarming statistics make it clear that distracted driving endangers the safety of drivers, passengers, and bystanders. (more…)
Motorcycles are a great way to save gas for commuters, are fun to ride during the summer months, and are easy to park. To motorcycling enthusiasts, motorcycles aren’t just a convenient mode of transportation; they’re a passion and way of life.
The freedom that comes with “being one with the road” is what gives motorcycling its allure, and its danger. Motorcycles are more dangerous than cars, making motorcycle accidents potentially more severe than car accidents. Despite the fact that helmets and protective gear decrease injuries, many still occur. (more…)
Maryland Car Accident: Common Spine and Back Injuries
Even the safest driver cannot prevent a car accident caused by the recklessness of another driver. Unfortunately, the damages that occur in car accidents usually reach further than the vehicle. Personal injuries to the driver and passengers often occur. Back and spine injuries are the most common “damages” resulting from a car crash. (more…)