You were traveling when the driver of another vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign. As a result of that negligence, you ended up involved in a T-bone collision.
Even the simplest jobs come with certain risks. No matter what kind of job you have, you may experience an injury on-the-job at some point, and you may not know what to do next or what kind of help you can get. It is in the interests of all Nebraska employees to know what types of benefits they can get and how they can protect themselves after a work accident.
In dangerous weather conditions, it can be difficult for large trucks to stop. That was part of what caused a serious crash on Highway 15 in Nebraska. A car vs. semi accident resulted in one person being life-flighted to Bryan Hospital.
Aggressive driving puts you and others at risk of serious injury or death. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), aggressive driving occurs when an individual commits a combination of moving traffic offenses that endangers other persons or property. Speeding, tailgating, erratic lane changes, and failing to obey traffic signs are just a few unsafe driving behaviors that can escalate to road rage or cause a crash. Read the information below, and ask yourself how you can improve your driving style.
Crashes can lead to significant injuries, especially when there are several vehicles involved. Crashes are more likely when the weather conditions are poor and when drivers are unfamiliar with the hazards that they're being exposed to. With poor weather, motorists may lose control of their vehicles and be unable to remain on the roads. That's what happened in late February as troopers and medics attempted to help stranded motorists along highways in Lincoln.