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What are the top tips to avoid drowsy driving?

Most drivers would admit they have occasionally felt drowsy behind the wheel. They might have even nodded off for a few seconds, an experience known as microsleep. Falling asleep behind the wheel, even for a moment, is extremely dangerous and can result in a serious car accident. Your safety – and the safety of others...

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4 car accident myths revealed

If you were involved in a car accident for the first time, you may not be aware of the legal options available to you or the course of action you should take. Car accidents can be expensive. The car damage, medical bills and wage losses can add up. There are several car accident myths that...

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How to avoid getting into a motorcycle accident

Motorcyclists in the greater Omaha area are getting ready to hit the open road for the coming riding season. If you're just riding for the first time or are a seasoned motorcyclist, it's important to be reminded of some basic safety precautions. First, it's always critical that your bike gets inspected before hitting the road...

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How can an attorney help me if I sustained a facial injury in a crash?

The face is one of the most vulnerable parts of the body in a collision. Crash-related facial injuries often result in serious pain and require costly medical procedures (including surgery) to correct. In some cases, medical treatment isn't enough to prevent scars that can affect crash victims for life. How often do facial injuries occur...

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News stories about car crashes suggest victim was at fault

Car accident media coverage tends to suggest pedestrians and cyclists were at fault in crashes even if the driver was to blame, according to one study. A team of university researchers wrote a paper that examined how news articles assign blame in stories involving crashes with people walking and people riding bicycles. According to CityLab,...

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Repeat and high-risk DUI offenders are the leading culprits behind drunk driving fatalities

While statistics show that drunk driving fatalities have dropped by 48 percent since 1982, they still accounted for nearly one-third of all U.S. road deaths in 2018. Repeat DUI offenders and drivers with blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels of at least 0.15 percent are the leading culprits, according to the Governors Highway Safety Administration (GHSA)....

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Ausman Law Firm

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