The Frequency Of Car Accidents Is Scary

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 30,000 people are killed in motor vehicle accidents every year. When broken down by the month, week and day, it is easy to see that the frequency of these accidents is extremely scary.

In South Carolina, for instance, there are approximately 100,000 traffic accidents every year. In these, more than 50,000 people are injured. This doesn’t take into consideration the nearly 1,000 who are killed.

These statistics may be scary; however, it doesn’t mean you should avoid the road altogether. After all, your vehicle is likely your primary mode of transportation for getting to and from work, school and/or a variety of other activities.

Here is the problem with motor vehicle accidents. You could be the best driver on the road, paying close attention and obeying all laws, but it doesn’t mean you will necessarily avoid an accident. Another driver, such as somebody who is drunk or distracted, could cause an accident that harms you and/or a passenger in your vehicle.

If you or a loved one is injured in a car accident caused by another party, the first step is to receive medical attention. Once this is under control, you can learn more about your legal rights. This will ensure that all damages are paid for in the appropriate manner.

Our attorneys understand that the state’s roadways can be extremely dangerous. We have helped many people receive the compensation they deserve following an accident. If you want to collect more information on this subject matter, visit our “Myrtle Beach Motor Vehicle Accidents Attorney” webpage.

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