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Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) now urges people to call traffic
collisions “crashes” instead of “accidents.” By definition, the word accident
implies that there is nothing that can be done to prevent a car crash – as it
turns out, however, there are plenty of factors that affect whether or not a car crash occurs.
Human Causes of Michigan Car Crashes
there are some matters that are beyond your control when you’re driving – like
a deer running out in front of you, a tire blowout, or unexpected weather
conditions. Some things you simply cannot control, though your level of
attention to driving can impact the severity of a car crash. How alert you are impacts
whether a collision occurs at all and, if one does occur, just how bad it is.
deer are a nuisance and Michigan snow and ice are hazards, human behavior is the
biggest cause of Michigan car crashes:
Distracted driving: There is no substitution for a motorist’s attention. You simply cannot
be a good driver if you’re focused on something other than the road. Whether
you’re engrossed in text messaging, eating, using a navigation app, or tending
to a passenger, any distractions are dangerous, and distracted driving causes car
crashes every day. You can’t see that major pothole, notice that car swerving,
recognize that deer’s shadow, or register the sudden downpour if your eyes are
on your phone instead of the road.
Drunk driving: There
is no excuse for driving while under the influence. If you have one drop of
alcohol, you simply should not get behind the wheel, bottom line. But people do
it all the time. They think they’re fine, untouched, perfectly capable. And fatal
car crashes result from drunk driving.
Being tired behind the wheel mimics the behavior of drunk and distracted
drivers – and it’s just as dangerous. A motorist’s level of alertness is critical
to safety on the road. Whether you fall asleep behind the wheel or you’re
simply tired, drowsy driving is a quick route to a major car crash.
Reckless driving: Driving too fast for conditions, tailgating, ignoring the speed limit –
drivers exhibit reckless behavior on the road regularly in their impatience to
get somewhere or irritation with the driving habits of another motorist. You
might not have intended to get in a car crash, but is your bad behavior really
Increasing Awareness for Dangerous
car crash, someone bears the responsibility for the outcome, whether it’s a
one-car crash or a multi-car crash. Things could have been done to prevent the collision
from occurring. And while you have no-fault car insurance in the state of
Michigan for a reason, the bottom line is that a crash is often the result of
choices made by dangerous drivers and, quite often, a total disregard for
safety. In contrast, an accident cannot be predicted.
MDOT wants people to talk about the true causes of car crashes, and not write
them off as unavoidable. Michigan car crash lawyer David C. Femminineo in
Macomb County is dedicated to increasing awareness of dangerous driving. If you
have been involved in a car crash because of a distracted, drunk, or reckless
driver, contact Mr. Femminineo today to schedule
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