A 16-year-old driver in Ohio was allegedly responsible for an accident that caused cars to burst into flames, taking the lives of a 14-month-old child and the baby's mother.
Whiplash is one of the most common complications people experience after a car accident. Research shows that over one million people get whiplash every year in the United States. Occasionally, the symptoms go away on their own. Other times, the person needs medical treatment to feel better once again.
The ramifications of a DUI or an OVI get worse every time you get arrested. The idea behind this is to discourage people from becoming repeat offenders.