Biloxi is a popular destination for vacations and road trips. After all, Biloxi is essentially the premiere casino destination for the region. There aren't many other great options for people who want to gamble or experience the fun and frivolity common at casinos. You may expect to lose some money at the craps table, but you probably wouldn't have bet on experiencing an accident during your trip.
Imagine this: You're driving down highway 90 or I-10 and you soon realize that you can't see more than a few feet in front of your vehicle. The sun glare is so bad that you think twice about pulling to the side of the road.
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 pedestrian, you may have some concerns about being in such close proximity to vehicles without any protection. You realize that it only takes one mistake by one driver to cause a serious accident.
When most people select their auto insurance policies, they either go online and choose one or call an agent who offers them some recommendations. A few days later, they get the actual policy mailed to them and promptly tuck it away in the car with the registration. Few actually read — or fully understand — the terms.
As a pedestrian, you realize that you may be in close proximity to moving vehicles. This holds true even if you are walking on a sidewalk.
With so many laws in place, it's hard to imagine that distracted driving remains a major problem throughout every state in the country.
Now that school is back in session, students all over the country are riding a bus every day of the week.
As a pedestrian, you never know what is going to happen around you. A car could come speeding by as you take a step off the sidewalk. A bus could forget to stop at a red light.
You enjoyed a fun night out at the casino. You spent plenty of effervescent time at the bar and even won an unexpected amount of cash at the slot machines. Now, you've decided to walk home, not thinking much of the decision.