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March 2016 Archives

Lack of buffer zone in Indiana may lead to bicycle accidents

Bicycling is an activity that Indianans may do for pleasure or for transportation. Some Indiana bicyclists may bike on paths that prohibit motorized vehicular traffic, but many bicyclists will find themselves sharing the road with motor vehicles. Unfortunately, sharing the road with these vehicles can be dangerous for bicyclists and may lead to bicycle accidents.

Indiana victims of aggressive driving benefit from legal counsel

When an Indianan has been the victim of a car accident, he or she may be traumatized. This may be particularly true if the accident involved the negligence of an aggressive driver. Aggressive driving, as this blog reported in a previous post, contributes to a tremendous number of accidents and can be quite frightening for a victim, particularly if the aggressor's behavior rises to the level of road rage.

How do drivers commonly cause bicycle accidents?

An Indiana resident who embarks on a bike ride faces the potential of being involved in an accident. There are many different ways that a bicycle accident might occur, but there are some scenarios that more commonly lead to accidents, particularly when a vehicle is involved.

How does aggressive driving lead to car accidents?

Indiana drivers, despite obeying traffic laws and driving cautiously, are often at the mercy of other drivers on the road. Drunk drivers, distracted drivers and aggressive drivers can all lead to innocent Indiana drivers finding themselves involved in serious car accidents. Significantly, aggressive driving is a factor in almost one-third of car accidents and approximately two-thirds of deaths that stem from such incidents.