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Though we often know that life can change in the blink of an eye, we don't know the ramifications of the statement until we go through something traumatic that does change everything, When an Indiana resident is involved in a motor vehicle accident, it does end up changing their whole life-in fact, not only theirs but also of their loved ones. This is because injuries can range from serious to paralyzing, even when the scars fade the pain can remain.

Increased risk of motor vehicle accidents in the summer

We give 17-year-olds the keys to the car and treat them like adults, but we often forget that they are still children-their decision making skills are still developing and their reaction time is still slow. This is perhaps why statistics show that new drivers between the ages of 16-17 are three times more likely than adults to be involved in a fatal motor vehicle accident.

Sleep apnea and increased chance of crashes explained

We know that a good night's sleep means we wake up refreshed and ready to take on the day. We don't think much of the repercussions of missing a couple of hours of sleep, thinking we can make it up the next day-it's not a matter of life and death for most of us. Unless you are a truck driver, where drowsy driving means you are operating a large vehicle without fully functioning cognitive abilities. This is perhaps why some researchers estimate that up to 20 percent of large-truck accidents are caused by drowsy or fatigued driving.

What is the relationship between work and SSD benefits?

If someone has a medical condition that prevents them from working, they may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits. Many Indiana residents may know that that means their medical condition must be such that they cannot work for at least a year and could even result in death, but they may not know that there are other requirements that must be fulfilled as well.

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