March 2019 Archives
Distracted driving, often described as an epidemic, continues to plague the roads all over Illinois and the rest of the United States. To help combat it, officials have named April as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
Even if you wear your seat belt, you could absolutely suffer serious injuries in a car accident. While a seat belt is an important safety feature that can definitely reduce the severity of your injuries, a crash is still a very violent experience, and seat belts are not perfect.
Year after year, falls continue to plague the construction industry. They are the biggest reason for life-threatening injuries and fatalities. They're the greatest risk to workers.
Three vehicles were recently involved in a crash in Illinois, including one that belonged to the Illinois State Police Department. The wreck happened out on I-55, in the northbound lanes.
For a driver, few things are as terrifying as seeing a set of headlights coming toward you on the interstate. It happens so fast that you may not even be able to react to it. The cumulative speed of the two vehicles is likely over 140 miles per hour.
Black ice is one of the most terrifying things you can encounter while driving. A patch of black ice can render you helpless as suddenly you can’t stop, turn or control your vehicle’s speed. Your car seems to have a mind of its own as it drifts toward the shoulder, slides into oncoming traffic or begins to spin out of control.