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Are Omaha Drivers Becoming Too Reliant On Safety Technology?

The automotive industry is revolutionizing safety technology with new features that have the potential to reduce traffic accidents significantly.  Many Omaha drivers purchasing new vehicles will have the luxury of using these safety features. However, it’s important that drivers understand the risks associated with emerging safety technology.  Weighing the pros and cons of safety technology According...

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Fatal Accidents Caused by Red-Light Runners in Omaha, Nebraska

Drivers who speed up when a traffic light turns yellow, or ignore red lights altogether, wreak havoc on the roads in Nebraska. When drivers fail to stop and run a red light, other drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians can be seriously injured.   Fatality Rate Continues To Rise  The Drive reports that the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS),...

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Study Ranks Omaha No. 1 Nationwide for Dangerous Driving

You may have heard of the recklessness and aggression of drivers in urban areas like Boston, New York, Miami, Chicago, Oakland, and Los Angeles. But Omaha, Nebraska? How dangerous are Omaha roads? Insurance provider guide QuoteWizard ranked 75 cities on dangerous driving. Factors included speeding, distracted driving, drunk driving, and recklessness. And surprisingly, Omaha ranked No. 1...

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Omaha Attorney Supports $600 Million In Road Work For Safety Reasons

Road projects announcement follows deadliest month on Nebraska roadways OMAHA, Nebraska (July 10, 2018) – Nebraska’s Department of Transportation (NDOT) recently announced $600 million worth of road improvement projects statewide slated for this fiscal year, which will hopefully help curb the recent rise in car accidents in Nebraska, according to Omaha auto accident attorney Jason...

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Worn or Defective Tires Increase Risk of Omaha Traffic Accidents

The American Automobile Association (AAA) is urging summer road trippers to check their tires for wear and tear. Driving with worn-out tires can increase your stopping distance by nearly 100 feet at highway speeds as compared to new tires. Additionally, the handling effectiveness of your vehicle decreases by 33 percent when driving with old tires....

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Ausman Law Firm

9850 Nicholas St., Suite 305
Omaha, NE 68114
Phone: (402) 933-8140
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