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Motor vehicle accidents continue to be a leading cause of death and injury in the United States. While state and federal campaigns to end vehicle fatalities have shown some success, and vehicle technologies like automatic braking and lane departure warnings have helped with crash prevention, tens of thousands of people are still killed in car crashes in our country each year.
In the aftermath of a car accident, adrenaline and disorientation can veil your awareness of injuries. Not all physical injuries cause you to bleed or otherwise have an obvious signal of their presence.
With winter breaks over, you may notice schoolchildren going to and from school on your daily commute. Refresh your memory on common school bus safety protocol so that you're prepared to share the road and prevent students from suffering pedestrian injuries.
You can still pursue a monetary award for car accident injuries if you weren't wearing a seat belt, but there may be some challenges to getting maximum compensation. Please watch the video to learn more about the particulars.