When a car accident or incident takes place, there are countless factors at play that could have contributed to it. Therefore, unless there is an obvious factor such as reckless speeding or drunk driving, it can be difficult and subjective to decide who is liable.
In an ideal world, accidents would never take place. You could drive wherever you need to go and not have to worry about defensive driving. Moreover, if you were an anomaly and happened to get into an accident, you would receive fair compensation immediately.
It is very common for people to talk about the consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol. This is highly regulated primarily because it is legal to drink alcohol in high quantities, and drinking alcohol is very common and easy to do. Therefore, everyone in society is warned about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol.
If you are a commercial truck driver, you will know how important it is to be a safe driver who is never under the influence of alcohol or drugs behind the wheel. It is likely that you have been subject to countless drug tests in the past because of this.
After an injury happens, you may have a clear recollection of the events, but it could prove to be difficult to convince the courts of where the blame lies.