Safety Devices Inspired in Real Life Fatal Crashes

Posted on November 15, 2011

It’s not a surprise to many of us that tragic accidents are capable to inspire great safety ideas. According to a recent news article, the HANS device creators drew their inspiration from a fatal crash in 1981 involving a driver who unfortunately passed away while testing the Renault 5 Turbo Alpine in Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

Because of this sad accident, the safety device designed to give head-and-neck strong support has saved numerous lives all around the globe. Many times in history, we have witnessed inventions that come to serve a purpose; in this case it served the purpose of keeping drivers safe while racing.

Let us hope that safety devices may never fail us when we need them the most. It is important that all drivers know that all safety gear available should be put to good use. Keeping ourselves from suffering fatal injuries should be a priority.

As a Los Angeles car accident lawyer I urge all of you to be aware of safety measures thoroughly so your driving will never be compromised by the lack of safety items supposedly present in your vehicle.

For any accident you may be involved in that was caused by a third party, don’t hesitate and contact a personal injury lawyer in your area.

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