As an Indiana motorist, how would you feel knowing that you're driving in the midst of so-called "autonomous" vehicles maneuvering around you?
The federal government's annual Fatal Occupational Injuries report is closely studied by safety regulators. The numbers for 2016 are now in.
A recent national article on the scourge of drunk driving spotlights a dramatic statistic. It notes that there are approximately "10,000 alcohol-related driving deaths in the United States each year."
We note on our website at the proven Indianapolis personal injury firm of Tabor Law that "the causes of wrongful death are varied."
Car-crash avoidance is an elevated concern for Indiana safety regulators that never goes away.
Steve Casner is an author and commentator on personal injury and ways to stay safe.
President Trump recently mentioned a safety problem of deep concern that concerns motorists daily in Indiana and every other state.
The IBJ recently released a story on a topic we have covered before- the implementation of ELDs (electronic logging devices) for truck drivers in an effort to eliminate false reporting on paper travel logs, thus making roadways safer for other vehicles. The implementation of ELDs for truck drivers will help prevent truck drivers from speeding and getting too fatigued while on roadways, amongst other things.
The last couple months and push toward the New Year annually bring some unfortunate recurring potential dangers for Indiana motorists.
For the past eight years, Tabor Law Firm has proudly presented a $5,000 check to the Indiana State Police Alliance to help underwrite the cost of printing the annual Indiana State Police day planners for 2018.