In Minnesota, the weather can be unpredictable. From winters that never seem to let go to summer storms, there's always a risk that people could be involved in a dangerous weather event.
Trucking accidents can happen anywhere in the U.S., but in cities and on highways, they're more likely to impact people. The good news is that people like yourself can avoid trucking accidents.
Motor vehicle accidents can be caused by many different actions, but one, using a cellphone while driving, is particularly dangerous. The Minnesota House of Representatives is addressing this problem by advancing a bill that will ban holding a cellphone while behind the wheel.
Dozens of spin-outs and crashes along with a 17-car crash shut down Interstate 694, according to a Feb. 10 report, after a snowstorm shocked the interstate. The interstate shut down between Rice Street and Victoria Street as a result of multi-vehicle crashes.
Car crashes are common on highways, and they often result in victims suffering severe injuries as a result of high speeds and multiple impacts. A good example of this is a multiple-vehicle collision that occurred on Jan. 3. The crash, which occurred in the morning hours, resulted in several injuries.
When traffic is slowed or stopped, you have to pay attention. You might need to start forward and stop again quickly, or what seems like a slowdown might actually be a full stop ahead.
A motor vehicle accident that took place in Minnesota left one person dead, and it may lead to charges for the driver involved. According to the reports, a semitruck rear-ended a truck that was pulling a trailer. This resulted in the trailer and truck entering into a spin while on Highway I-94.
If you have been following recalls and problems with vehicles in the news, then you may recall a case in which a family claimed that two young children were badly hurt as a result of front seats that collapsed backwards in a collision. The case, which was tried in Texas, resulted in Toyota being found grossly negligent, failing to warn consumers that their vehicle's front seats could collapse backwards in some serious rear-end collisions at high speeds.
Motor vehicle accidents happen every day, and for many people, it's the last day they feel safe in a vehicle. The devastation a crash can wreak may result in major changes to a person's life. For instance, a crash could lead to a disability or other major life changes that take time and money to repair.