'Accidents' aren't usually accidental
"Drivers may not intend to cause collisions but, in most cases, they are responsible for them"
Finally, someone comes along and tells it like it is.
Lorraine Sommerfeld's article in the Thursday August 21, 2014, Province Newspaper is a doozy.
Here's a taste:
" When you are speeding and hit something you didn't have an accident, you caused a collision. When you bolow a stop sign and T-bone someone else, you didn't have an accident you caused a crash. When you get behind the wheel drunk and drive into a tree, you did not have an accident; you got drunk and drove into a tree."
At long last. A voice of truth.
Someone who has the guts to rise above the mire.
Someone who has the guts to push back. To take a stand. To assert that personal responsibility is something human beings need to assume if our society is to function. And if we're to be able to drive in safety.
Well done Lorraine Sommerfeld!
McComb Witten Personal Injury Lawyers
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