While most Reno car accidents are unfortunate, they are just that -- unfortunate accidents. There isn't typically any malicious intent behind the actions of the drivers who cause or contribute to these crashes. Once in a while, however, a driver intentionally causes an accident with intent to maim or harm. One such car accident appears to have happened recently between a pick-up truck and a group of protesters in Reno.
After a shocking and unexpected injury to the spinal cord, there can be a lot of uncertainty associated with the past, present and future. As far as the past goes, people may wonder just what exactly happened to them or a loved one that caused such a life-altering spinal cord injury. In the present, the emotional toll can make even getting up in the morning difficult. When it comes to the future, people may be wondering what it looks like for the injured and their family moving forward after a spinal cord injury.
After a car accident, there is typically a whirlwind of activity. Of course, health and wellness need to top the list and those injured in a car accident should take their injuries seriously. After immediate needs are assessed and treated for immediate danger, what should one do next?
Trucking regulations are mandated mostly by federal law rather than state law. That's because trucks often cross state lines and travel on interstates that are governed by such laws. Commercial truck drivers are obligated to uphold a standard of care higher than that of motor vehicle drivers. This is due to the dangerous nature of their job in the trucking industry.