A period of extremely low blood sugar can be deadly for a diabetic, but it’s also a hazard for passengers and other vehicles if the driver does not monitor the condition carefully.


Chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia, or medication side effects could cause drowsy driving without the driver ever realizing they are impaired.

Loss of consciousness.

Fainting, brain injuries, and narcolepsy can all cause a driver to fall asleep or “black out” behind the wheel.

Medical complications.

A wide range of ailments may cause sudden and debilitating pain, while prescription medications to treat them could cause confusion or affect judgment.


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.
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