traffic accident


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traffic accident

Motor vehicle accident, see there.
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The recent statistics show that Ajman recorded a decrease of 5 per cent in the number of deaths caused by traffic accidents with 18 fatalities recorded in 2017 as compared to 19 deaths in 2016.
More than 7,000 people have so far this year died in traffic accidents, an average of 20 per day, with almost one third (30 per cent) aged between 18 and 30.
On Tuesday alone, a total of 60 traffic accidents happened, leaving 41 dead and 50 injured, reported Thanh Nien.
But there are fewer studies on its effects on forensic cases and traffic accidents.
This would warn drivers against a traffic accident ahead of them in order to avoid chain-reaction collision of vehicles," he added.
The highest traffic accident rates are found on regional roads having asphalt pavement, except for the year 2006.
Other types of errors that can occur include subjective statements made by those involved in the accident or an investigation of the traffic accident scene carried out improperly.
Ai Training Services Ltd offers a Professional Development Certificate in forensic collision investigation accredited by DeMontfort University and approved by the Institute of Traffic Accident Investigators.
Crutes Law Firm, headed by Paul Hughes and Tim Wallis, advises on traffic accident, psychological and drowning cases.
The statute of limitations related to one traffic accident, in which a person was seriously injured, has expired.
At present, drivers held responsible for a fatal traffic accident will not usually have their driver's license revoked unless they were driving while drunk or committed some other flagrant violation of traffic regulations.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Volvo Car Corporation and Volvo Group (trucks and buses)(Nasdaq:VOLV)(STO:VOLVA)(STO:VOLVB), are now setting up a joint Traffic Accident Research Centre in China.

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