It might seem odd, but it appears that not all Americans suffer the same injuries on a day-to-day basis. After compiling stats on medical insurance claims across all 50 states, it seems that if you live in the deep South, you won't be showing up at the doctor's office with the same problems you are likely to encounter in the Northeast. And if you live in the big country of Montana, you have a better chance of dying from asphyxiation while those in Oregon report more sprained backs. So what about Alabama?
No one voiced concerns about your ability to drive at the party, and you thought you were in good shape to drive home. Nonetheless, a cop pulled you over four blocks from your house at a corner you'd taken hundreds of times before.