Can you remember a time when you drove recklessly or did something behind the wheel you shouldn’t have? People do things they shouldn’t while driving, which means a lot of accidents that happen out on the roads most likely could be prevented if drivers would stay alert and focus on the road and their surroundings. Not everyone can be a perfect driver all the time; however, avoiding these eight dangers can help you become a better one:
2. Inattentive driving
3. Driving while drowsy
4. Drinking and driving
6. Not wearing a seat belt
7. Running a red light
8. Erratic or reckless driving
You may be thinking that it is common sense not to do these things; however, they are some of the most common acts or omissions that result in a car accident in Iowa. Drivers should be aware of what is causing car accidents so they can take steps to prevent accidents. Each danger mentioned in this article is very dangerous on its own; if you were to combine any of them together you would increase your risk of getting into an accident significantly. Driving perfect can’t happen all the time, but if you take your time getting to where you are going and stay alert while driving you should be just fine.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident we are here to help answer your questions. Iowa attorneys Corey J. L. Walker and Erik Bair practice primarily in personal injury law and offer a book about Iowa car accidents at no cost, risk or obligation. The book is called “The Legal Insider’s Guide to Iowa Car Accidents- 7 Secrets to Not Wreck Your Case." To order your copy go to www.IowaCarAccidentBook.com or Call Now 1-800-707-2552 (ext. 710) (24 Hour Recorded Message). We offer our Iowa car accident book at no cost because we have seen too many hard working Iowans hurt in car accidents who made mistakes which cost them thousands of dollars. Iowans hurt in car accidents are beginning to realize that the insurance company for the other driver is not there to help them and that they should learn about Iowa's car accident laws.
We have offices in Des Moines and Newton, but represent Iowans injured in car accidents from throughout the state of Iowa. For immediate assistance, contact us online or call 515-440-2852 and ask for Corey or Erik.