100 Years Ago

If we were to go back in time 100 years, would we recognize much of anything? If you went to Paris, you would see the Eiffel Tower. It was then the tallest structure in the world. But, you would not have as much time to enjoy it. The average life expectancy for a man was only 47 years. The pace of life was also much slower. The average city speed limit was just 10 miles per hour. There were also no lifesaving antibiotics. In fact, only 10 percent of doctors had actual medical degrees. Who knows where we will be 100 years from now? Will personal injury lawyers still have a role to play when people are injured in car accidents. 100 years ago, injury lawyers helped pedestrians who were run over by horse drawn buggies. I think the profession will adapt to the times.

Francis P. Hajek Wilson & Hajek, LLC, a personal injury law firm Experienced Injury and Accident Lawyers Serving Virginia, including Albemarle, Charlottesville, Fluvanna, Louisa, Madison, Nelson, Orange, Staunton, Waynesboro

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