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What Is Driver Fatigue

Posted by Harlene Labrum | Sep 21, 2020 | 0 Comments

Being tired and drowsy affects reaction time, attention and ability to respond to danger on the road. The National Safety Council reports that a driver without sufficient sleep has the equivalent effect as a driver with an elevated blood alcohol level. This makes drowsy drivers much more likely to be involved in an accident.

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Harlene Labrum

Harlene is focused and passionate about helping those injured in car wrecks.  She earned her J.D. at Nashville School of Law and her Bachelor's degree at State University of New York at Albany, awarded with the highest GPA and high honors.  Harlene began her career in law as a personal injury par...

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