With so many ways to get into a car crash, you're bound to be in one at one time or another. There are very few people who go through life without being involved in even a minor fender-bender.
A new crash response program in New York went through a trial program in Staten Island in 2018. Interestingly, though the program changed police response methods to only going to vehicular accidents involving personal injuries, many people were not happy with the change.
One common kind of traffic accident is called a sideswipe accident. With a sideswipe accident, one vehicle hits the other with its side. For example, two vehicles may be traveling next to each other on the highway. As a driver attempts to move over a lane, they may not notice that a driver is already there. As a result, both vehicles hit their sides together, resulting in a sideswipe accident.
Crashes change everything that you planned to do the moment they happen. You are stopped right where you are: You can't go to work, and you can't continue on your way. You may have to go to the hospital and may need to alter the plans you had for the future.
As Thanksgiving approaches, it's important to note that there are a few dangerous days to be out on the roads. Blackout Wednesday, Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday all have the potential to lead to some serious crashes.
Car crashes are something most people try actively to avoid. They work hard to make sure their vehicles are in good condition and that they don't have distractions that are keeping them from focusing on the road.
Car crashes are fairly easy to avoid so long as drivers are aware of their surroundings, aren't intoxicated and are doing their best to follow the laws. Unfortunately, human error is normal and does result in accidents fairly often.
Car crashes, truck crashes and other motor vehicle accidents happen frequently in New York. There are always tourists throughout the state, and it's easy to make mistakes on the roads that could lead to a crash.
Car crashes happen in New York every day. People get distracted, have trouble with their vehicles and other issues that result in collisions. In some of these cases, cyclists are involved.
Crashes happen across the United States every day. Some involve the elderly, pedestrians or cyclists. Others involve tractor-trailers, family vehicles and SUVs. Whatever kind of crash happens, the same is true of each: There is a risk of injury and death as a result of at least one party's mistakes.