Your Headlights Can Keep You Safer
We all use our headlights when it’s dark outside. It helps us to see the road and get to our destinations safely. But when the weather turns bad and starts blowing rain or the fog sets in, not every driver remembers to turn those headlights on.
In bad weather, your headlights do more than let you see the road in front of you. They also allow other drivers to see you. They can help prevent accidents by keeping each car more visible to other drivers on the road.
A rule of thumb to remember is that if you need your windshield wipers or your defrost, then you probably need your headlights on. It could mean the difference between a safe arrival and a car accident.
Headlights Can Keep You Safer
Have you or your loved one been seriously injured in a car accident? Contact Hardesty, Tyde, Green, Ashton & Clifton today at 904-414-4906 for your free consultation. We have two convenient office locations in Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach, and we serve clients throughout Jacksonville and the surrounding areas.
What constitutes a personal injury?
The most common personal injury is an auto accident, but the broad definition encompasses any situation where a person suffers harm due to the negligence of another person or entity. Early identification of a personal injury is important to the legal process. Many serious injuries occur each year involving:
– Auto accidents
– Premises liability accidents such as injuries caused by a slip and fall
– Medical malpractice/nursing home injuries
– Wrongful death
– Work-related accidents
– Animal attacks
– Faulty or malfunctioning products (product liability)