Crashes happen every day, but when they involve you and your family, it can feel like your entire world is under attack. Everything you know changes in an instant, putting you under stress and potentially leaving you in pain.
Multi-vehicle crashes can be some of the most dangerous since it's possible for victims to face injuries from the initial impact and a secondary impact. In pile-up crashes, it's normal to see multiple people suffer injuries and for those injuries to be significant in some cases.
Drivers need to pay attention, especially when emergency personnel are nearby. They may be warning them about hazards up ahead or be helping victims of serious accidents.
Car accidents can affect anyone, from a teenager who is just learning to drive to an elderly person who is driving home from visiting their grandchildren. In many cases, these people are not to blame. They're affected by those who are negligent or distracted behind the wheel.
Car crashes don't always happen the way you'd expect. In most instances, you might think that a driver was distracted or looking away from the road when the collision occurred. However, there are times when people intentionally take steps to harm themselves or others, leading to injuries.
Winter weather has come to Chicago, and with it are the crashes that are seen every year as a result of snowy weather. The snow and ice storm, Winter Storm Bruce, caused traffic to back up and become dangerous for those caught on the roads.
Have you ever picked up your phone to read a text message when you're driving? Have you ever tried to snap a picture to share on social media without stopping the car?
Pedestrians can face major safety hazards. Sometimes, traffic accidents occur that leave pedestrians seriously injured or take pedestrians’ lives.