In industries all over the country, businesses and people are expected to follow certain ethics to keep a safe and thriving environment. Often, however, these ethics are violated and can result in dangerous situations for you and your loved ones.
While auto accidents are unfortunately common, the largest causes for many in the United States may surprise you. Of course alcohol plays a huge role and so does aggressive driving, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, distracted drivers make up one of the leading causes of auto accidents.
Some days the news seems filled with stories of accidents and tragic deaths. An unsuspecting citizen could have been at the wrong place at the wrong time. Or a motorist may be driving along, minding all the rules of defensive driving. Then out of nowhere a drunk driver ends her life. There are untold ways a loved one could die through the negligence of others. Read on at FDWMLaw.com
Distracted driving has existed long before the advent of cell phones and tablets, when adjusting the radio, eating, or putting on makeup while driving was all you had to worry about. Now, drivers are using cell phones more and more while driving, despite California’s adamant warnings against texting and driving. Here’s what you need to know about distracted driving accidents, and what to do if you or a loved one were involved in such an accident.