State Police Ramp Up Roadway Safety Enforcement Operations
A recent posting at South Bend’s WNDU.com indicates that the Indiana State Police will be increasing their enforcement activities in areas around the state that have been deemed dangerous. Its part of a state-wide crash reduction effort that police say has been very effective in reducing traffic fatalities.
In addition to speed limit enforcement, troopers will target violations such as failure to yield, and running red lights or stop signs at known dangerous intersections.
The last thing any Hoosier wants is jacked up insurance premiums because of traffic tickets. And most motorists probably have experienced that sinking feeling when suddenly coming upon a speed trap. But it’s important to consider the big picture of traffic safety when you’re out and about on the roads. As ISP Sgt. Jim Strong says in the posted article, “Every fatal crash we reduce, we’re saving someone’s life.”
On the other hand, if you’ve been injured in a car accident owing to the negligence of another driver, it is important to retain legal counsel with the experience and skills needed to obtain full compensation for your injuries. At Young and Young, we have represented thousands of Hoosiers with serious auto accident injuries. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a car accident, we have more than 55 years of experience waiting to help.