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February 2019 Archives

How to spot the signs of road rage

As a Washington motorist, you know the difficulties of getting through traffic, especially if you are late to work or an important appointment. When some people are stuck in these conditions, however, they transition into an aggressive driver in an attempt to get where they are going. You may have even had road rage at some point, as AAA reported nearly 80 percent of American drivers admit to engaging in these aggressive tendencies. While it may seem common to see an enraged driver, road rage can cause catastrophic car accidents that can injure and even kill unsuspecting victims.

Reviewing different anxiety disorders and car crashes

Motor vehicle accident consequences take on numerous forms, where a collision is the result of drunk driving or some other example of reckless behavior. An accident victim may struggle with a broken bone or some other physical challenge, such as a laceration. However, some of the consequences associated with motor vehicle collisions are not always evident right away. For example, someone who is involved in a car crash may struggle with mental trauma, emotional disturbances or an anxiety disorder. There are several types of anxiety disorders that can affect car crash victims.

Can drivers and bicyclists cohabit the road peacefully?

Seattle residents often worry about transportation situations. Buses, trucks, cars, bikes, motorcycles and pedestrians all share the road. In a cramped and hectic city like Seattle, this can be a big problem. So how can you work together to share the road safely with other types of vehicles? Today, we'll focus on drivers and bicyclists.

How can you protect yourself when boarding a train?

If you utilize the train system in Washington to commute each day, you are probably familiar with the occasional stress of running late and worrying about your ability to catch the train before it leaves the station. Understanding what you can do to better protect yourself and your safety is important to have a positive and non-stressful commute. 

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