You may already know that car accidents are a leading cause of brain trauma, spinal cord injuries, and whiplash. What you may not know, though, is that the psychological effects of a serious collision can be just as debilitating as the physical wounds.
Nebraska law requires drivers to report car accidents in certain situations. You must report a collision if a person died or sustained injuries, or if the crash appears to have caused at least $1,000 in property damage. If you do not call the police, you must report the crash to the Nebraska Department of Roads within 10 days.
Apple, Tesla, and dozens of other heavy-hitting tech companies have invested billions into developing the first mass-produced driverless cars. The widespread adoption of self-driving vehicles seems inevitable, and the technology is anticipated to have a profoundly positive impact on road safety.
There are countless factors that can contribute to car accidents, and it is often the case that multiple parties share fault for a collision. For example, if you are speeding and another vehicle changes lanes without signaling and hits you, both you and the other driver would be partially liable for the crash.