After an auto accident, the other driver yawns several times. It’s clear they’re tired. How does that affect your claim? Find out in this post.
Say you’re driving along and having a good day. Nothing’s going wrong. Everything seems to be going your way.
Then, all of a sudden, another driver hits you, causing a serious car accident. Fortunately, you experience non-life-threatening injuries. But, you do have a severely sprained ankle, which causes you to miss a few days from work and requires weeks of physical therapy.
At the scene of the auto accident, you can tell from the look in the driver’s eyes that he or she is exhausted. Were they up drinking all night before? You don’t know what they were doing. Regardless of what they actually did, it’s clear they’re pretty tired.
Do you have a claim?
Standard Situations Involving Drowsy Drivers
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