Apart from the busy streets of Las Vegas Blvd. many people will also be throwing their own parties for the “Big Game” at home and they are sure to include all of the classics: chips, dip, wings, and a few “cold ones.” We would just like to remind everyone who will participate these Big Game parties to please drink responsibly and to not drink and drive.
Though it’s not often that the Vegas valley gets snow, winter can bring rain, fog, and dropping temperatures, which make for a deadly combination on our busy roadways. With residents being acclimated to less hazardous road conditions, when these weather factors play into the picture, drivers are not always ready or equipped to handle the precarious circumstances.
The more vehicles we have operating on our roads, the busier and more packed these roads become, and the more likely auto accidents are to happen. If you’re in an auto accident this holiday season contact Eric Blank Injury Attorneys for a free consultation.
When it comes to driving, there are numerous things that can become distractions to the driver and potentially create dangerous situations on the road. Eric Blank Injury Attorneys offers some tips to avoid auto accidents from distracted driving.