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Diagnosing and treating whiplash after a car accident

When individuals in Iowa are involved in a car accident, they have many concerns. While it is obvious that the collision could have resulted in damages to the vehicles, there are more concerning issues such as the health of an accident victim. Whether it was a major collision or a minor collision, a driver or a passenger could suffer injuries. Even in cases when a victim does not immediately note a major medical problem, it is important to rule out a minor or major medical issue that could present itself later on.

Calculating pain and suffering in a personal injury claim

When drivers and passengers in Iowa are injured in a car accident, they often consider filing a civil action against the liable party. When filing a personal injury claim, it is required that the victim is in fact injured. When determining the damages the injured party should recover, the cost of medical treatment and future medical costs are often considered; however, victims should note that they might be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering.

Recovering damages after an alcohol-related accident

There are many potential dangers on the roadways that could put Iowa drivers at risk. When an intoxicated driver gets behind the wheel of the car, other drivers and passengers are put in danger. A drunk driving accident could result in serious injuries and even death, and victims and their loved ones could suffer greatly due to their injuries, losses and damages.

Head-on crash in rural Iowa sends four to hospital

It is clear that roadways can be a dangerous place if certain precautions are not taken. In most cases, this does not only mean driving safely and following the rules of the road, but it also means ensuring the safety and quality of the vehicle being travelled in. Failing to do any of these steps could mean a disastrous crash. This not only endangers the driver but also other drivers and passengers on the roadway.

Pedestrian struck and injured by minivan in Cedar Rapids

No matter what time of day a driver is traveling, they should always be aware of their surroundings. That does not only mean being aware of the conditions of the roadways and other vehicles on the road but also those traveling on or near the roadways not in motorized vehicles. An oncoming vehicle could easily strike cyclists and pedestrians. When a driver is not properly paying attention, they are not upholding the necessary standard of care. A negligent driver could be liable for the injuries and damages they cause in a car accident.

Iowa trooper hurt in crash while investigating separate crash

Incidents on the roadways are not uncommon. A car accident can be caused by a hazard on the road, a distracted driver or a drunk driver. Whether it is a simple fender bender or a serious collision, drivers should also be aware that accident sites can be dangerous to travel near. Although drivers commonly reduce their speeds as they approach an accident site, drivers and passengers will frequently stare at and examine the site. This could lead to a major distraction and ultimately result in an additional accident.

Two-vehicle crash in Iowa kills one and sends another to hospital

Although incidents can occur at anytime and for any reason, Iowa drivers are aware that heavy traffic also means a higher chance of collisions. A car accident could result when a driver is not properly paying attention, speeding or following too close to the car in front of them. Although some drivers are able to evade crashes, these habits are dangerous and could seriously injure or kill others traveling on the road.

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