safe driving tips
Three in ten Americans will be involved in an alcohol-related traffic accident at some time in their lives.
More than 30% of all auto accident fatalities in the United States involve drivers impaired by alcohol. An accident related to drunk driving happens every 45 minutes in the U.S., killing more than 10,000 people and injuring over 250,000 annually. Read the rest »
Every year an average of more than 700 bicyclists are killed and over 500,000 injured in the United States.
There are millions of cyclists on the roads – the same roads occupied by millions of motor vehicles that are larger, heavier and faster than bikes. So, while bicycling is one of the most popular ways to get around, whether for recreation, sport or transportation, defensive driving applies to people who pedal with their feet to travel, as well as to those who push the gas pedal. Read the rest »
Nearly 670 Cell Phone Violations in Washington State in 20 Days – Seattle Personal Injury Lawyer Points out Why Using a Mobile Device While Driving Could be Disastrous
Washington State’s new cell phone law is already making an impact. Troopers of the Washington State Patrol issued nearly 670 citations for cell phone or texting violations between June 10 – the date the new cell phone and texting law went into effect – and July 1. As of June 10, Washington’s previous law on cell phones and texting moved from secondary to primary. That means officers no longer need some other reason to stop you if they see you texting or holding a cell phone to your ear. Read the rest »
Make Safety Your Driving Companion – Seattle Car Accident Lawyer Encourages Safe Driving
If you are headed out on the highways this summer to take advantage of the warm weather and school breaks, please take a few minutes before you go to make safety your driving companion. Unfortunately, summer getaways or visits with family and friends can easily turn tragic as the result of poor safety decisions behind the wheel and not keeping your vehicle properly maintained. Read the rest »