COVID-19’s Impact on Traffic
If there’s any ray of hope that has come from coronavirus, it’s the drastic reduction of traffic. With so many Americans under lockdown, in quarantine, “shelter-in-place,” or whatever you’d like to call it, the roads are seeing fewer and fewer cars, resulting in fewer jams.
It is sufficient to deduce the shelter-in-place influence on traffic would greatly benefit those who happen to be on the road with a lesser risk of getting into an accident. But at 411 Pain, we know that accidents can still happen, even in the midst of a pandemic. Emotions are heightened, drivers are rushing around on the open roads and everyone’s mind is elsewhere. Those of you who are on the road, whether delivery driving or driving to and from work, 411 Pain has you covered. Thankfully, with a substantial amount of restaurants and bars closed, there are fewer drunk drivers.
In a world that is currently experiencing a decline in available services, we want you to know that 411 Pain is here for you and is always accepting calls. The attorneys and medical services are still available, just in different ways. Telemedicine and virtual meetings have changed the way everyone works during this crisis but it doesn’t mean you can’t talk to anyone regarding an accident. In fact, you have up 14 days to file a claim after a car accident or slip & fall occurs. Whether you were injured in a slip and fall accident, a car accident, or any other personal injury, after 911, call 411.
As the days in quarantine carry on, we are all thankful to be provided necessities by delivery drivers, grocery store operators and so on.