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  • Good News: Drunk Driving Deaths Down in Indiana. Bad News: Drug Impaired Drivers on the Rise.
    Good News: Drunk Driving Deaths Down in Indiana. Bad News: Drug Impaired Drivers on the Rise.

    According to a recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2018 saw a 13% decrease in drunk driving deaths from 2017. One reason for this decrease is that local law ...

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  • Deaths Caused by Drivers Running Red Lights at 10-Year High
    Deaths Caused by Drivers Running Red Lights at 10-Year High

    We’ve all been there. We approach an intersection, the light is green, we proceed with caution and then – all of a sudden – a car coming from the other way races through the red light. Hopefully, you ...

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  • Driving High
    Driving High

    A new survey has found that most marijuana users think it’s okay to drive high, according to a September (2019) survey from PSB Research, Civilized Media, BCW and Buzz Feed News. It is safe to say ...

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  • Light Rain Increases Risk of Crash
    Light Rain Increases Risk of Crash

    There’s nothing more refreshing than a light rain to clean the air and make the grass and flowers bloom in the springtime. However, a new study released in April in the Bulletin of the American ...

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  • More Takata Airbag Recalls:  Will They Ever End?   
    More Takata Airbag Recalls:  Will They Ever End?   

    In the interest of your safety while operating a motor vehicle, the attorneys here at Theodoros & Rooth have been routinely keeping you up-to-date on the latest news about the Takata airbag recalls. ...

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  • Been in an Accident? What Should You Do?
    Been in an Accident? What Should You Do?

    Your friends at Theodoros & Rooth have generations of experience handling truck accidents, motor vehicle and motorcycle collisions, and vehicle v. pedestrian accidents. When someone else is at fault, ...

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