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October 2017 Archives

Can vision problems cause a car crash?

An array of dangers can lead to a motor vehicle wreck, many of which are addressed on this blog. Aside from some of the more common causes, such as reckless driving due to ignoring speed limits or driving under the influence, there are all sorts of other risks that can lead to a wreck. For example, vision problems and anything which interferes with a driver's vision can cause a traffic collision. If you are struck by someone, whether they were drunk or simply had an inability to see the road properly, you need to examine your options.

Looking over unique car accident causes

On this blog, we have discussed some of the consequences that come with motor vehicle accidents, such as injuries which throw a victim's life upside down. Sadly, we know that reckless drivers put lives at risks for all sorts of reasons and that these behaviors are far too common. However, people may find themselves struggling to recover from an accident that took place due to a less common reason. For example, you may be hit by a driver who became distracted because of a spider.

Fight fair when dealing with unfair competition

Competition is part of doing business. There are ways to distinguish oneself from the competition, but there are situations that overstep the bounds of normal competition. When unfair practices and other illegal means begin to affect your business, your profits and your bottom line, you do not have to put up with it.

Drugged driving and its dangers

While it is common knowledge that driving under the influence of alcohol is dangerous and against the law, drivers in Honolulu should also be aware that prescription drugs can cause the same issues as alcohol. Known as drugged driving, using certain prescription medications and then getting behind the wheel has been shown to result in a variety of effects, including drowsiness, recklessness and dizziness.

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