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Chronic sleep problems and driver fatigue

| Apr 12, 2019 | Car Accidents |

When someone has trouble falling asleep at night or staying asleep, their life may be adversely affected in a multitude of ways. They may experience challenges in the workplace because they are so tired, or they could face health problems due to a lack of sleep. However, sleep problems can be especially concerning when it comes to auto accidents since driver fatigue is responsible for many of the collisions that take place. Sadly, fatigued drivers place many lives at risk when they get behind the wheel.

When a driver is excessively tired, they may make mistakes on the road, such as driving through a stop sign, failing to use signals when necessary, driving over the speed limit or even falling asleep while behind the wheel. This can cause a driver to collide with another vehicle, and the outcome can be devastating. If you were hit by someone who appeared to be very tired when the accident took place, this factor should not be overlooked if you decide to move ahead with a lawsuit.

Sometimes, drivers think that drinking a lot of coffee will help them stay alert while driving, but this can be very dangerous. Moreover, some people take medication to help with their sleep problems, and this can also increase the likelihood of an accident. If you struggle with any type of sleep disorder, it is essential to address this issue and stay off the road if you are too tired to drive safely. Sadly, many drivers have chosen to ignore this advice, causing devastating motor vehicle wrecks.

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