Personal Injury Road Accidents

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In 2012, 468,470 OR 39.92% DRIVERS were involved in crashesPersonal InjuryRoad Accidents......................................................................................................................................................................................23.40% changed involved in Traffic CrashNumber of fatalities in car accidents in 2012 was2,430 FATALITIESin 2,255 fatal accidentsAlchol related car crashes in 2012 were17,258 resulting in 9,867 deathsand 12,066 injuriesDrug related car crashes in 2012 were1,798 resulting in 200 fatalitiesand 1,435 injuriesBicycle relatedcrashes in 2012 were,6,425 resulting in116 killed and 6,058 injuriesMotorcycle relatedcrashes in 2012 were,9,384 resulting in425 killed and 7,809 injuriesIn 2012,473 pedestrians were killed in8,258 crashedand 7,413 injuredinvolving pedestrians.Most of the statistics are based on accidents reported to the police. These provide detailed statistics about the circumstances of personal injury road accidents, including the types of vehicles involved and the consequent casualties.Traffic Crash StatisticsMotoring Environment5 Tips on Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer1.Make sure they work exclusively on a contingency basis.2. Look for a lawyer with experience. 3. Choose a lawyer who has an impressive track record.Source: https://firesportal.com/Pages/Public/DHSMVPublishedDocuments/Current%20Year/Crash%20Facts%202012%20as%20of%2010-03-2013.pdfhttp://www.linksmithpc.com/5-tips-on-hiring-a-personal-injury-lawyer/http://www.superpages.com/supertips/top-10-personal-injury-attorney.htmlhttps://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-transport/series/road-accidents-and-safety-statistics4. Find an attorney who will give you all of the legal benefits.5. Find a law firm that focuses exclu-sively on personal injury law.2012Crash Year15,378,20614,727,755190,850198,0292,430Licensed Drivers281,321Registered VehiclesVehicleMilesCrashesNon-Fatal InjuriesDeaths

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