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Drowsiness a factor in 10 percent of crashes
Take a look at this article about a recent study that found that drowsiness may be a factor in about 10 percent of crashes. Official statistics show that drowsy driving is only cited in one to two percent of crashes, which experts have long thought was a vast underestimate. This recent study used dashboard cameras to get a more accurate picture of how extensive the drowsy driving problem really is.
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Asbestos exposure is known to cause mesothelioma
Read to find about how asbestos exposure is linked to mesothelioma and other illnesses. The federal government and Wisconsin have regulations in place to protect people from asbestos exposure. Those who become ill suffer greatly, including losing their health and livelihood. This is why litigation surrounding asbestos is crucial to victims, as it may be able to help them recoup at least some of the loss.
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Drunk drivers pose a serious risk on Wisconsin roads
Take a look at this article about the effects of alcohol consumption. Read more to learn how the effects that drinking alcohol has on the body may negatively impact drivers. Slowed reaction times, decreased muscle control and coordination, impaired judgment and other effects of alcohol consumption may impact a person’s ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. As a result, they may cause motor vehicle accidents, which could cause serious injuries or death for other motorists, passengers and pedestrians.
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In-Car Technology May Drive Wisconsin Police to Distraction
Take a look at this article about how in-vehicle technology may contribute to distracted driving among police officers in Wisconsin. Law enforcement authorities may use various devices, from cellphones to in-vehicle computers, to better perform their jobs. Unfortunately, since the human brain can’t truly multitask, these officers may be more likely to cause accidents while they are focusing on things other than the road.
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Pedestrian accidents declining
Preliminary data reveals that motor vehicle collisions with pedestrians may be on the decline for the first time in three years. If a pedestrian is injured in a motor vehicle collision, some of the more common types of injuries are those to the chest, head, neck and spinal cord. These injuries may be severe enough to be permanently disabling or fatal. Read this article to learn what safety tips drivers can benefit from in an attempt to avoid collisions with pedestrians.
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