Sometimes, determining fault in a car crash in Minnesota is relatively straightforward. For example, say you are waiting at a red light when you are rear-ended by a drunk driver. It is likely that the drunk driver will be considered at-fault in the crash.
The snow has started falling in Minnesota and that means residents will be driving in winter weather conditions for the coming months. While most motorists will drive carefully when roads are slick with snow and ice, there will always be those who ignore the dangerous road conditions and drive recklessly. When this happens, a negligent driver can cause a car accident that injures or kills another person.
Many people in Minnesota like to think they are great multi-taskers. However, multi-tasking is not always easy -- or even possible. For example, when one tries to drive a car and talk on their phone at the same time, their brain must switch back and forth between these actions. This slows down the driver's reaction time. And, if a driver does not react quickly to driving conditions or motorists around them, they could cause a car accident.