The “Hundred Deadliest Days” is a term referring to the time-frame between Memorial Day and Labor Day for deadly car crashes involving teen drivers. More teenagers are involved in fatal crashes during this time of the year.
As a Phoenix attorney, Ken Gerber isn’t surprised since he has handled many cases like this.
The numbers are alarming when it comes to drowsy drivers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that up to 6,000 fatal crashes each year in the United States may be caused by drowsy drivers and that about 100,000 car crashes reported to the police each year are a result of sleepiness and fatigue.
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.
Bicycles can be great for saving money and staying fit. However, they are among the most vulnerable forms of transportation. When on the road, a cyclist has only his or her helmet to protect them from injury. Even the slightest amount of negligence on the part of a motorist can cause an unsuspecting cyclist a great deal of harm and injury.
Safety laws are made for our own good, whether we like them or not. At Gerber Injury Law, we’re always fighting for the rights of our clients, who are many times the victims of those who have broken the law.
Wearing a seatbelt isn’t always comfortable but it is the law and they keep drivers and passengers safe.