MN ORGANIZATION HELPS CAR ACCIDENT VICTIMS
Our car accident lawyers make sure that people injured in a crash get the compensation they are entitled to in Minnesota. Our attorneys also provide other comfort and advice to car accident victims as best we can. We recently became aware of an organization that looks helpful for people affected by a car accident in Minnesota. The information below is from the Homepage of their website. The website URL is https://mnsafedriving.com. If you or a family member have been injured in an auto accident because of a drunk driver or a driver distracted by a cellphone, etc. check this organization out if you would like to help make a change.
Minnesotans for Safe Driving (MSD) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Its Prime Objections are as follows:
Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help victims of traffic crashes involving unsafe driving behavior.
Advocates attend court proceedings at a victim’s request. Assist victims step by step during court proceedings and after if requested.
Education and Public Awareness
Striving as an organization to change behaviors through education.
- Speakers for presentations at any interested organization or school
- Death Notification/ sensitivity training free of charge to law enforcement, medical personnel and any group upon request.
- Materials and assistance in our new project Employee Workplace Reintegration after Loss
- Victim Impact Panels to educate the offenders and the public about the consequences of their behavior. Panelists are victims, offenders, law enforcement and medical personnel. These speakers do impress upon the offenders the outcome of such irresponsible behavior.
- Impactful DVD’s of victims and offenders talking about the crash that changed their lives.
Monitor court cases relating to public safety on Minnesota roadways.
Working to change and improve laws to make our roads safer.
Minnesotans For Safe Driving wants to change the mindset in Minnesota regarding non-alcohol related crashes caused by speeding, aggressive driving, and inattentive and distracted driving. These crashes should not be referred to as “ACCIDENTS” they should be considered “CRASHES” that were caused by failure to obey the traffic laws, and follow due care when driving; not an unforeseen event which is the definition of an accident.
Minnesota has come a long way on reducing the incidence of drunk driving, but the battle is not over until we have reached zero deaths. With the help of technology, advocacy groups, the government and the public this goal CAN happen.