Are you worried about your child driving and getting into an accident? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has started a new campaign to help you talk to your teens about the risks of driving. The week of Oct. 18 through Oct. 24 is National Teen Driver Safety Week, so it's a good time to speak with your children about the ways they can stay safe when they're on the roads.
Distractions, speeding, drunk driving and other acts can lead to serious collisions that take the lives of the people you care about. Injuries you suffer in these accidents can impact your life now and into the future, while the death of a loved one can cause feelings of guilt along with the financial burden of losing an income. You are within your rights to make a claim if someone's negligence has resulted in a loved one's death, just as this man's family may choose to do.
Do you know what to do when you're in a car accident in New Hampshire? Should you stay at the scene? Do you need to render assistance? Since each state is different, it's important to know the rules and regulations for any state you travel in.
If you're living in New Hampshire, then you know that car accidents are fairly common. As a driver, that doesn't mean you shouldn't be worried. In fact, many accidents are caused by distracted drivers that put your life and the lives of others at risk on the road. In this case, a driver went the wrong way on a highway lane, and that resulted in a serious accident.