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Nebraska car accident injures 2 priests

Car accidents that involve three or more vehicles can often end in serious injuries, especially for those who are in the middle car or cars. Unfortunately, on roads where cars travel faster than normal, a simple mistake by one driver can create horrendous crashes with serious injuries. One car accident in Nebraska that involved multiple cars left two people with serious injuries.

Car accident in Nebraska killed one woman

Alcohol can be a very dangerous substance if it is consumed by someone who intends to drive a short time after consumption. The effects of alcohol can increase a driver's negligence, and create very dangerous situations for the motorists and those who are around them. These situations can lead to accidents that can cause injury or even death. Unfortunately, a woman was killed recently in Nebraska in a car accident that may have been caused by alcohol.

Nebraska man injured in car accident

The lack of visibility that a driver has while driving in the dark can create very dangerous situations. If this is mixed with the effects of alcohol, it can lead to a car accident that can often injure or even kill those who are involved. The slow reaction times and overall numbness of those who are under the influence can be dangerous to the intoxicated person when simply walking, but when the person is in control of a vehicle those around the car are also put in danger.

Nebraska car accident leaves 2 people injured

Drivers run red lights for many different reasons; it could be that the light changed too quickly or that they were not paying attention. Regardless, this action can throw caution to the wind and endanger the lives of other drivers on the road. Serious accidents can occur simply because someone did not wait until it was his or her turn to go. Unfortunately, a similar car accident in Nebraska recently left both drivers injured.

Car accident in Nebraska kills 1 woman

Car accidents occur daily in the United States, and many of these accidents leave victims seriously injured or even dead. Unfortunately, it is often very difficult to avoid these accidents, especially when they occur late at night or early in the morning when visibility is low and driving is more difficult. Unfortunately, an early morning car accident in Nebraska killed one woman on Nov. 3.

Nebraska injuries may be reduced by new texting and driving video

Texting and driving is an increasingly common cause of car accidents in Nebraska and elsewhere. These accidents could often be prevented if the person just waited until they had arrived at their destination before sending or reading a text message. Many companies and organizations are trying to spread the word and publicize this problem that causes so many unnecessary injuries each year. From billboards to advertisements on television, this issue is at the forefront of public attention. A telephone company recently had a short movie made on the topic.

Personal injury claims in Nebraska often a struggle

Being injured in a car accident can be a traumatic experience, no matter how minor the injury sustained might be. Unfortunately, as many Nebraska residents have discovered, receiving insurance compensation for a minor injury can be problematic. A recent study suggests that even if an accident is not deemed to be the fault of the injured party, insurance companies may be reticent about paying out claims.

Car wreck in Nebraska kills man

Car accidents that involve tractor trailers are often severe, if not fatal. A regular sized car or even a smaller truck does not have physics on its side when it is involved in a collision with an 18-wheeler. Tragedy surrounds tractor trailer accidents because of their enormous size. Even when a driver is passed by one of those massive motor vehicles, their car usually shakes. A Nebraska man was tragically killed recently in a car wreck that involved a semi-truck and another car.

FREE SAFE RIDE HOME

Friedman Law Offices, P.C., L.L.O. Announces  "FREE SAFE RIDE HOME" After Home Football Games.  Keeping drunk drivers off the road is the goal of the program

Lincoln, NE, September 4, 2013 - Friedman Law Offices, P.C., L.L.O. of Lincoln continues their long-time commitment to keep drunk drivers off the street by teaming with OMALiNK, a Lincoln ground transportation company that provides van shuttle and limousine service. The Friedman Law firm is sponsoring a Free Safe Ride Home service after all Nebraska home football games during the 2013 football season. OMALiNK vans will be available downtown, near the corner of 14th & O Streets, for three hours after each home football game, providing rides home (within Lincoln) to licensed drivers who have had too much to drink. Herb Friedman said "Each year thousands of people are injured or killed because of drunk drivers and drunk driving is particularly common on game days. This program is in keeping with the firm's long time commitment to keep drunk drivers off the street. The Friedman Holiday Taxi Service has been a Lincoln tradition for over twenty years. We want folks to have a good time, but we want them to drive safe."

Nebraska teen dies in single car wreck

A night of fun and friends turned tragic when a Nebraska teenager from Eagle died from his injuries in a one car wreck. This tragedy might have been avoided if the passengers had been wearing seat belts. According to the Lancaster sheriff, the chances for survival of a passenger wearing a safety belt is much greater in a roll-over car wreck.

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