Shorter days, fatigue, compromised vision, rush hour, holiday traffic and impaired driving all contribute to making driving at night more dangerous this time of year compared to any other. In fact, according to the National Safety Council, the risk for fatal crashes is three times higher at night.
Witnessing a car crash can be a harrowing experience, especially if you just avoided the crash yourself. Your first instinct may be to immediately pull over and help out. But should you? If you do, to what extend should you actually help? Are you obligated by law to stop or even provide a statement?
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