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Motor Vehicle Accidents Are More Common Than You ThinkThe roads are always bustling with motor vehicles speeding to their destination. Even though traffic regulations are there to prevent motor vehicle accidents and keep order on the road, it is simply not possible. Human beings are notably bad drivers. That includes you. Even if you’ve never been in an accident and consider yourself a good driver, our short attention spans and slow reaction times will inevitably get you involved in an accident. To err is human. When you get in an accident, insurance companies will resolve who’s fault it was: Motor vehicle accidents can actually hold one or more persons responsible, which could then be legally scrutinized for proper analysis.
How do you classify motor vehicle accidents?Any accident or mishap that happened with the involvement of any road vehicle can be considered a motor vehicle accident. The most frightening thing about motor vehicle accidents is that they could happen virtually anytime, anywhere, to anyone — with even a few cases happening off-road. Causes of motor vehicle accidents vary greatly. Human error is by far the most common: texting, talking, daydreaming, etc. There are then more complex reasons such as mechanical failures and faults in vehicle design.
Assessment of the damage caused by motor vehicle accidentsJust like any other kind of accident, assessment of the damage is always given the higher priority. In rare instances, the compilation of damages can be extensive, but is usually divided into four general categories.
|1. First would be the medical attention needed by people who were involved; 2. Next, would be the costs of repairing or replacing the vehicles; 3. The third category is the damage to the surrounding property when the accident occurred; 4. And fourth, if the vehicle was part of a fleet or is used for business purposes, the net financial loss caused by the accident.|