Q&A - Blame it on the Weather
There's an article in the paper about a motor vehicle that skidded then flipped and landed on its roof in the ditch during a heavy hailstorm. A police spokesperson said the cause of the crash was attributed to the weather and no charges are being contemplated.
At one time, wouldn't the driver have been charged with Undue Care and Attention? My husband had a similar accident about 20 years ago when he hit a patch of ice, and he was charged with undue care. The officer at the scene told him that he had to charge him with something.
Could you please tell my why the rules have changed?