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Des Moines woman injured in hit-and-run crash

When an accident occurs, those involved are often greatly impacted. Dealing with the event and the injuries and damages it caused could create a complex situation for everyone involved. In some cases, an automobile collision could cause panic and stress, leading to some drivers fleeing the scene. When a hit-and-run crash occurs, those injured by a fleeing driver should understand their rights and options.

One injured in Iowa City crash due to icy roads

Drivers in Iowa often encounter various weather conditions while traveling on the roadways across the state. During the winter months, this often means the dreaded snow and ice on the roadways. Inclement weather such as a snowstorm, sleet and freezing rain could cause dangerous road conditions. While in some cases residents should avoid driving at all during hazardous weather, those who must travel on the roadways should take extreme caution in order to avoid car accidents.

Two-car crash kills one and injures seven in Iowa accident

An automobile collision can vary in degrees of seriousness, ranging from minor damage to fatal injuries. Even a simple error or negligent act could result in serious injuries, or even death. This is why it is crucial that drivers follow the rules of the road. Failure to uphold this duty of care could result in severe and even deadly results.

Car accident in Cedar Rapids leads to multiple injuries

Whether it's due to speeding, distractions or other negligent acts, a driver could easily cause a collision that involves several vehicles. This is often true when drivers approach dangerous roadways or intersections. Their vision could be obstructed, and if a vehicle rushes through an intersection, they could collide with another motor vehicle traveling through or turning at the intersection. This is why it is important that drivers watch their speeds and look in all directions when going through an intersection.

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.

Large snowstorm causes several serious collisions

Residents in Iowa understand that drivers need to be extra cautious during the winter months. Even a small snowfall can create dangers on the roadways. This often means that drivers will have to reduce their speeds and maneuver their vehicle with caution. When a vehicle is traveling too fast for conditions, they could lose control of their vehicle. This could cause a serious multi-vehicle collision resulting in damage, injuries and even fatalities.

Three killed in suspected drunk driving accident in Iowa

Accidents on the roadway occur for various reasons. Furthermore, the aftermath of an accident could be as simple as a fender bender. By contrast, a negligent driver could cause a severe accident that results in damages, serious injuries and even fatalities. A drunk driving accident could result in serious consequences in addition to injuries and damages.

Multi-car crash injures two, totals two vehicles

Simply put, accidents are unexpected. They can happen at any moment and anywhere. Moreover, they can involve numerous victims, cause severe damage and result in serious injuries. Car accidents occur on major roads as well as back roads, so it is important that drivers take precaution at all times.

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