Between 20 to 50 million people are injured or disabled in car accidents each year. More than half of all traffic accident-related deaths occur among the age group 15-45.
According to ABC News, an Arkansas dentist is suspected to have contaminated about one hundred of his patients with what is being called “infectious material.” The Arkansas Health Department is already contacting all patients that may have been contaminated and asking them to come in for blood tests.
In the aftermath of a motor vehicle incident, it is imperative that certain steps are taken and certain actions occur if you wish to come away with a substantial insurance claim for your injuries. These items are critical in determining how much your insurance provider will pay and how much is deserved.
Children and pets die each year due to being left in a hot car. These types of deaths shouldn’t be happening since heat-related deaths are 100-percent preventable.
Nationally, 42 children died in 2017 from heatstroke. About 51-percent were caused by parents who accidentally left their kids in a hot car.
While winter and the holidays are a joyful time of year, it is also a dangerous time of year on the nation’s roadways. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, car and other motor vehicle accidents are a leading cause of fatalities for people ages 1 to 54 — with more than thirty-seven thousand deaths resulting from accidents in the U.S.