For a long time, people considered drunk driving the scourge of the roads. Intoxicated drivers can and do cause crashes that severely injure or even kill themselves, the passengers in their vehicle and other people on the road. Drunk driving will likely always be a danger, but it is no longer the only serious driving risk you have to worry about.
There's nothing that derails your life more significantly than suddenly having to deal with a personal injury. Whether it's an accident injury that required surgery or a brain injury that will take time to heal, you're left dealing with the consequences of another person's actions.
Elder abuse in nursing homes is a serious problem that continues to be underreported in America. The reality is that millions of Americans struggle with neglect and abuse in the nursing home system, even though these facilities are often bound to strict safety protocols and medical standards.
Imagine driving down the street. You have another line of traffic driving toward you on the opposite side of the road. Suddenly, a driver pulls out into your lane, heading straight for you. You're able to brake and avoid a crash but not everyone has enough time to do so. They're the victims who end up in head-on crashes.