Indiana Automobile Accident Prevention Program Funds in 2001
To avoid Indiana automobile accidents, Indiana spends a budget each year to help insure safety on IN highways and roads. In 2001, Indiana's road safety funds total budget was $15,702,110. The total funding for section 402 formula was $3,180,639. The funds for section 154 open container transfer was $6,014,669. Section 164 Repeat Offender Transfer was $0. Indiana's Section 157 Safety Belt Use Incentive was $0, in 2001. Section 2003b Child Occupant Protection Education was $164,002. Section 157 Safety Belt Use Innovative was $1,663,250. Section 411 Data funds were $293,295. Section 163 .08 Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) for 2001, were $2,892,177. Section 405 Occupant Protection funds were $428,643 in 2001. The Section 410 Impaired Driving funding was $1,065,435. If you have been injured in a automobile accident, please take some time to fill out this simple case evaluation.
Act Now! It is essential that you inquire about your traffic accident case as soon as possible. Litigation may be the only way to receive the damages to which you may be entitled, such as medical and health care bills, lost or diminished wages, and financial compensation to family in the case of death. Your individual state's law may limit your time to bring a legal claim to protect your rights. You need to have your Traffic Accident claim evaluated immediately!
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