Skip to Content

ADHD and Car Accidents: When Is the Driver at Fault? [2023]

[2023 Update]: Study after study continue to show that ADHD and car accidents go hand in hand and is a significant risk factor while operating a motor vehicle — and that is a serious public health issue. According to Joseph Biederman, M.D., when ADHD inattention, impulsivity and distractibility get behind the wheel, serious risk of accidents and injury increase. Within the first month of driving, teens with ADHD are 62% more likely than their non-ADHD peers to be involved in an automobile crash. Over the first four years of having a license, drivers with ADHD are 37% more likely to get into a crash, twice as likely to drive while intoxicated and 150% more likely to receive an alcohol, drug or moving violation compared to their non-ADHD peers.

Read More

How to Avoid Dog Bites

According to the American Humane Society, more than 4.5 million people in the United States are bitten by dogs every year, and the ASPCA reports that dog bites kill between 15 and 20 people annually. While the majority of dog bites don’t result in serious injury, they certainly cause pain and should be treated to...

Read More

Find out how much
your claim is worth!

Step 1 of 6

Call us for your free
consultation and find out!

866-598-5548Se Habla Español
1 35 36 37 38

Injured? Choose the Best

866-598-5548Available 24/7
Se Habla Español