Most drivers in California are aware of the necessary precautions need to ensure both their safety as well as the safety of those they may encounter while driving. Despite being aware of the importance of obeying speed limits and not driving while under the influence, some people still choose to disobey traffic laws, sometimes causing serious car accidents. Unfortunately, reports indicate that a 25-year-old mother was recently killed in a multi-car pileup allegedly caused by the actions of a driver who was under the influence.
As loved ones age and need advanced care, it's important to stay mindful of the potential dangers of elder abuse and mistreatment. No person at any age should experience mistreatment from those who should be caring for them.
Safe drivers in California and across the country are constantly on the lookout for others who may be driving in a way that could ultimately result in a crash. Unfortunately, not all unsafe behaviors can be anticipated or responded to in time to avoid an accident. In fact, two women were recently killed in an accident believed to have been caused by a person driving the wrong way while under the influence. The family may choose to file a wrongful death lawsuit as a result.
When driving late at night with a car full of friends, there could be multiple things that could distract drivers -- especially those who are relatively inexperienced. When alcohol is thrown into the mix, the chance of tragic car accidents may be even higher. Unfortunately, police in California believe that alcohol was a factor in a recent crash that left two people dead.
You may notice changes in your parent's physical health after a few months of living in a nursing home. You might assume old age is taking its effect on their mind and body, especially if they also suffer from dementia.
A car accident can happen at any moment. Because of this potential, drivers in California and across the country must remain vigilant at all times. Failing to do so could have serious consequences, potentially even resulting in a wrongful death.