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Flu season and car crashes

From poor weather to the use of alcohol, motor vehicle wrecks have all sorts of causes. However, some of these collisions may be the result of a driver’s illness. For example, someone who drives while they have the flu may be more likely to get in an accident for different reasons. Tragically, these crashes can make life incredibly challenging for everyone involved, whether they result in the loss of life or cause victims to sustain injuries.

With flu season approaching, it is important to be mindful of the potential impact that being sick could have on you, as well as others on the road. When someone falls ill with influenza, they may have difficulty sleeping, which could result in drowsy driving. Or, feeling incredibly sick could interfere with someone’s ability to process information or pay attention to the road. Being sick could also lead to distracted driving and some people may even be unable to drive safely as a result of medication that they are taking due to their illness.

If you have been hit by a driver who caused a crash that could have been prevented, it is essential for you to stand firm and know your rights. Depending on the details of the collision, a number of options may lie in front of you. The idea of taking your case to the courtroom could sound stressful, but you need to stand up for your rights. If you make your way over to our page on car accidents, you can read more about traffic collisions.

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