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June 2019 Archives

Personal injury after accidents could be due to marijuana use

The roads in Reno are dangerous enough with drivers who are under the influence of alcohol, are texting and driving, behave recklessly or are drowsy behind the wheel. People on the road must be vigilant and aware of the potential risks. Still, other dangers lurk and behaviors will inevitably arise that cause more worry. One is marijuana use and people driving while high. Since using recreational cannabis is now legal in Nevada, keeping track of studies as to driver behavior after using it is imperative. A new survey from AAA indicates that this is a troubling problem.

Man and child suffer personal injury in pedestrian accident

When people cross the street in Reno, they must be fully aware of vehicles that are heading their way. This is true even if they follow the rules for pedestrian safety and the vehicles have a red light. Drivers might be distracted, be under the influence or simply be reckless and negligent. This can cause a pedestrian accident. Pedestrians - especially children - are inherently vulnerable to injuries and fatalities when they are hit by a motor vehicle. With all the problems that arise after such a crash, having legal advice on pursuing a personal injury lawsuit is crucial.

Teen driver-involved crashes increase during “100 Deadliest Days”

The more time you spend driving, the better a driver you will likely become, and the same holds true for teenagers who are just starting to learn and understand the rules of the road. Because they lack the driving experience that older motorists have, teenagers are more likely to make driving decisions that endanger everyone else on the roadway, and when more teenagers take to the roads, your crash risks typically rise as a result.

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