Head-on car accidents are some of the most injury-producing and devastating kinds of collisions for victims and their families. Fatal or catastrophic injuries often result from head-on impacts. If the victim survives, incredibly high medical costs can be incurred.
The network of highways, toll roads, interstates, city streets, and country roads stretches over the lands of the United States for over four and a half million miles. An estimated 300 million motor vehicles travel literally hundreds of billions of miles every year on these roads.
Bicyclists usually wear only a light-weight helmet for protection from falling down; they’re not surrounded by metal like the occupant of a car is. That is why bicycling accidents can be so tragic and oftentimes devastating.
When you step onto an Dallas transit bus or put your child onto a public or private school bus, you entrust yourself or your child to the bus driver, the bus company and everyone else on the road with you and your loved ones’ safety. You assume that a bus accident just isn’t going to happen. Unfortunately, they do.
On portions of the Interstate 35 in Texas, the posted speed limits have been increased to 85 mph. Some people claim that most everyone didn’t obey the speed limits before they were raised to 85 and that raising the limits actually makes the highway safer.
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