TURKEYS….GREAT WHEN EATING THEM. LOUSY WHEN DRIVING BEHIND THEM
Why do the best of times (Thanksgiving is one) bring out the worst of times (crowds, traffic, and ultimately auto accidents)?
Thanksgiving is the time of turkeys, family get-togethers, and football. So why is this relaxing holiday such a deadly one to drive?
Family road trips, dropping people off at the airport, crowded supermarkets, and Black Friday shopping marathons make Thanksgiving week the busiest week on the highways the entire year. And all this translates into too many auto accidents.
Auto accidents unnerve us, especially when our loved ones are in the car. Once you have taken care of the people involved, you need to remember to act quickly to make sure you and your passengers are fairly compensated for your injuries and the damage to your vehicle. It might not be the first thing you think of, but there are 5 good reasons to act quickly after an accident.
So what do you do if you’re in a car accident?