Car accidents are an occurrence that is on the rise and are the main cause of personal injury claims in America today. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2012, there were 5.6 million car accidents that were reported to the police. If you have been involved in one of these crashes, you know what a difference it can make in your livelihood. You are injured and your car is a mess; you aren't sure if you have enough sick leave to cover the time it will take to get well and to get your car fixed or replaced.
Having a brain injury can affect people differently. There can be immediate memory loss, short-term memory loss or long term memory loss. The three different ways cause different problems in and of themselves.
While the economy is greatly helped by the commercial trucks that run along the highways of Oklahoma and other states, it is well known that when you get into an accident with one of them, your car is likely totaled and you are probably injured. The drivers of big rigs are well aware of the fact that they need to be careful to drive safely; however, complacency creeps in and all of a sudden you are hit and they are liable.