When referring to the concept of distracted driving, it's common for people to automatically think of texting and making calls while behind the wheel. While any form of hand-held phone usage is a form of distracted driving, there are also many other activities that could be defined as such.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) happen in many different ways. Children get hurt when they crash their bikes. Football players suffer TBIs when they collide on the field. Workers get brain injuries when they fall from ladders or get struck by falling objects.
Many people in Michigan hate the fact that they have to carry no-fault insurance in order to legally drive a vehicle. No-fault insurance is part of the reason why Michigan has some of the most expensive policy premiums out of every state in the country.
A single father in Michigan was critically injured while he was working on a highway project recently, run over by a truck.
Surviving a car accident without injuries is a great blessing, especially considering how horrific such injuries can be. Unfortunately, too may people assume that they are injury-free after a car accident simply because they don't feel any pain and don't see visible indications that any part of their body is broken or damaged.
Imagine driving down the street. You're focused on the road, but you notice an odd movement out of the corner of your eye. There, you see a vehicle traveling quickly.