Many people wrongly assume that if they have an active motor vehicle insurance policy, they have protection from the financial consequences of any kinds of crash, especially one they do not cause themselves. In reality, however, you could find yourself in a difficult position financially after a crash if it resulted from the actions of someone without an insurance policy or a policy without adequate coverage.
As a Mississippi resident, you should never be surprised when the weather takes a turn for the worse. For example, you could be driving down the road with no problems, only to find yourself in the middle of a dense fog bank.
In a perfect world, every driver would be respectful of others as they follow the rules of the road.
There is never a good time to find yourself drowsy when you're behind the steering wheel of your car. If this happens, you should pull to the side of the road without delay. Pushing forward puts you, as well as other drivers, at a greater risk of an accident.
There are many collateral consequences of malpractice. One of them is the reluctance of doctors to continue to treat patients out of fear of being named as defendants in malpractice litigation.