One of the most dangerous things a person can do is drive while tired. When a person drives while fatigued, it can cause slowed reaction times, blurred vision and other impairments that can lead to a serious crash. In fact, recent studies have compared tired driving to drunk driving, saying they have similar effects on drivers. Although it's not clear what the cause of a recent crash in Pensacola was, the fact that it occurred late at night could indicate fatigued driving.
Losing a loved one in a car accident is something no one should ever have to go through. Unfortunately, it seems like we read about serious car accidents in Pensacola and the surrounding areas nearly every day. Making matters worse, some accidents are hit-and-runs. Knowing a negligent driver left your loved one behind after a car accident would leave anyone wanting justice.
Being involved in a serious car accident is a frightening experience. You could sustain serious injuries and major damage to your vehicle, which could both set you back a lot of money. As we discussed last week, if you are involved in a crash it is important to gather all of the facts so you can determine exactly how to proceed afterwards.
Last weekend, a serious car accident sent three people to the hospital in Pensacola. According to police, the crash happened around 11 p.m. Sunday night. Although few details were provided as to what may have caused the wreck, we do know that two cars collided at the intersection of Saufley Field Road and Mobile Highway. Fortunately, none of the victims' injuries appeared to be life-threatening.
What is the difference between the Social Security Disability application and the disability report? The disability application is to receive Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits. The disability report provides the Social Security Administration with information regarding your current medical condition. You need to complete a disability application, a disability report and an authorization release form in order to start your application process for benefits. If you have been turned down for disability benefits and require help, contact Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A.