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Most Common Car Accidents

Although most car accidents aren’t fatal, just about any type can result in vehicle damage and lasting injuries. If you have been the victim in a wreck, you owe it to yourself to contact an auto accident attorney at Morgan & Morgan. READ MORE

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Most Common Place for Car Accident

Although there’s no foolproof way to avoid auto accidents, they tend to take place more frequently in certain locations. Understanding where these mishaps are likely to occur can help you stay alert and reduce your injury risk. READ MORE

Most Common Car Accidents

Although most car accidents aren’t fatal, just about any type can result in vehicle damage and lasting injuries. If you have been the victim in a wreck, you owe it to yourself to contact an auto accident attorney at Morgan & Morgan. READ MORE

Most Common Car Involved in Accidents

Whether or not you are in the market for a new vehicle, there’s one thing you should always prioritize: safety. Some cars are safer than others, and it’s easy to be distracted by the way a particular model looks and feels. READ MORE

Most Common Car Accident Injuries

Car accident injuries, no matter how mild or severe, can be traumatic. The victim might suffer not only from physical pain but also mental anguish in the form of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress. READ MORE

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Most Common Place for Car Accident

Although there’s no foolproof way to avoid auto accidents, they tend to take place more frequently in certain locations. Understanding where these mishaps are likely to occur can help you stay alert and reduce your injury risk. READ MORE

Most Common Car Accidents

Although most car accidents aren’t fatal, just about any type can result in vehicle damage and lasting injuries. If you have been the victim in a wreck, you owe it to yourself to contact an auto accident attorney at Morgan & Morgan. READ MORE

Most Common Car Involved in Accidents

Whether or not you are in the market for a new vehicle, there’s one thing you should always prioritize: safety. Some cars are safer than others, and it’s easy to be distracted by the way a particular model looks and feels. READ MORE

Most Common Car Accident Injuries

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Most Common Place for Car Accident

Although there’s no foolproof way to avoid auto accidents, they tend to take place more frequently in certain locations. Understanding where these mishaps are likely to occur can help you stay alert and reduce your injury risk. READ MORE

Most Common Car Accidents

Although most car accidents aren’t fatal, just about any type can result in vehicle damage and lasting injuries. If you have been the victim in a wreck, you owe it to yourself to contact an auto accident attorney at Morgan & Morgan. READ MORE

Most Common Car Involved in Accidents

Whether or not you are in the market for a new vehicle, there’s one thing you should always prioritize: safety. Some cars are safer than others, and it’s easy to be distracted by the way a particular model looks and feels. READ MORE

Most Common Car Accident Injuries

Car accident injuries, no matter how mild or severe, can be traumatic. The victim might suffer not only from physical pain but also mental anguish in the form of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress. READ MORE

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What Are the Most Common Car Accident Injuries?  

Car accident injuries, no matter how mild or severe, can be traumatic. The victim might suffer not only from physical pain but also mental anguish in the form of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress. Millions of Americans are harmed in auto accidents every year. Some of these injuries are resolved quickly with little or no medical treatment, while others lead to serious and lasting ailments. Here are some of the most common auto accident injuries in the United States.  

Cuts and Scrapes During a collision, any items that are loose — cellphones, cups, eyeglasses, or books, to name a few — can become projectiles capable of cutting or scraping your skin. In some cases, these wounds are minor and do not require medical treatment. In other cases, they can cause blood loss and require stitches.  

Head Injuries Head injuries can be the result of impact to the steering wheel, dashboard, window, or seat. They take many forms, from bruises and lacerations to concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBI, which often stems from side-impact crashes, can cause temporary or permanent brain function impairment, nerve damage, and skull fractures.  

Soft-Tissue Injuries Injuries to muscles, ligaments, and tendons are common in car accidents. One notable type of soft-tissue injury is whiplash, in which the neck is forcefully and rapidly jarred forward and back. This trauma is typically seen in rear-end collisions.  

Arm and Leg Injuries In a side-impact collision, your arms and legs can be thrown against the door, dashboard, or seat in front of you with tremendous force. Depending on the speed and severity of the crash, injuries can range from scrapes and bruises to sprains and breaks.  

Chest Injuries Chest injuries can take the form of bruises and contusions. In more severe instances, they may involve broken ribs.  

Contact an Auto Accident Attorney No matter the circumstances surrounding your incident, the personal injury attorneys at Morgan & Morgan will fight on your behalf to seek the compensation you deserve. To find out more about how we may be able to help you secure your financial future, schedule a free consultation now.  

What Cars Are Most Commonly Involved in Accidents?

Whether or not you are in the market for a new vehicle, there’s one thing you should always prioritize: safety. Some cars are safer than others, and it’s easy to be distracted by the way a particular model looks and feels. However, with thousands of Americans killed in auto crashes every year, it’s important to keep in mind how well a vehicle will protect you, your loved ones, and your friends.  

At Morgan & Morgan, our car accident attorneys represent injury victims, helping them to secure compensation and justice in the wake of a crash. Read on to find out which cars and auto manufacturers are most commonly involved in accidents.  

What Do Car Buyers Look For? More than 17 million vehicles were sold in the United States in 2018. Suffice it to say that Americans love buying cars. But what do they think about when making purchases? According to a 2017 J.D. Power survey of American car buyers, shoppers focus more on price, design, and performance than they do on crash ratings, defects, and historical death totals.  

Which Cars Are in the Most Crashes? According to a study of more than 2.4 million vehicles model year 2009 and later, the 10 most often involved in accidents are:  

  • BMW 4 Series
  • BMW X1
  • Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
  • Jaguar XJ
  • Infiniti JX
  • Lexus RX 350
  • Audi A5
  • Cadillac ATS
  • Lexus CT 200h
  • Infiniti QX60  

Meanwhile, AutoInsurance.org lists the 10 auto brands involved in the most fatal accidents:  

  • Ford
  • Chevrolet
  • Toyota
  • Honda
  • Dodge
  • Nissan
  • GMC
  • Jeep
  • Hyundai
  • Chrysler  

Contact an Auto Accident Attorney  

For more than 30 years, the auto accident attorneys at Morgan & Morgan have fought on behalf of car crash injury victims. Insurance companies invariably try to minimize the compensation victims get, so you need an expert negotiator on your side to ensure the best shot at receiving the settlement you deserve. Our attorneys understand how to navigate the legal and insurance processes to get the job done. Schedule a free case evaluation now.  

What Are the Most Common Causes of Car Accidents?

Every year, approximately 6 million car accidents take place in the United States. The vast majority of these crashes are the result of human error. Here are five of the most common causes.  

Distracted Driving Car accidents and distracted driving go hand in hand. In fact, distractions are a factor in an astounding 80% of all auto accidents, according to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration study. Distracted driving comes in many forms, including:  

Using a Phone: Of the activities that fall under the umbrella of distracted driving, cellphone usage is the most dangerous. Talking on the phone is the riskiest behavior, although texting, playing games, and browsing the internet also pose danger to everyone on the road. Eating: Any action that diverts the driver’s attention, such as eating, can be problematic.  

Setting the GPS: Many drivers rely on GPS or a maps app, but it’s important to set the destination before putting the vehicle in motion. Talking: Although it may feel rude not to hold a conversation with a passenger, talking takes the driver’s attention away from the task at hand.  

Drunk Driving Every year, drinking and driving claims thousands of American lives. In fact, more than 10,000 people died in alcohol-impaired crashes in 2016 alone, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Be sure to hand your keys to a sober friend and hitch a ride home after a night of drinking.  

Speeding In 2017, speeding accounted for more than a quarter of all traffic fatalities, per the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Remember that speed limits are not intended to be a burden but rather a protection for all drivers.  

Reckless Driving Aggressive maneuvers such as changing lanes quickly or without looking can cut off other drivers and lead to serious or fatal accidents.  

Rain When the weather gets bad, so do the roads. Rain creates slick and dangerous surfaces for vehicles of all kinds and can cause them to skid or spin out of control. It’s important to drive with extra caution in wet conditions.  

Contact an Auto Accident Lawyer If you were the victim in an auto accident due to another driver’s error, you could receive significant compensation in a personal injury claim. The car accident lawyers at Morgan & Morgan may be able to help you recover the money you deserve. Get started today by filling out a free case evaluation.

Where Do Car Accidents Most Often Take Place?

Although there’s no foolproof way to avoid auto accidents, they tend to take place more frequently in certain locations. Understanding where these mishaps are likely to occur can help you stay alert and reduce your injury risk.  

Parking Lots While accidents in parking lots are generally not as dangerous as other types of collisions, they’re very common. With many cars and pedestrians in close proximity, fender benders and backup accidents are prevalent.  

Rural Roads City driving can be stressful, but urban roads aren’t the site of the most fatal accidents — rural roads are. In fact, nearly 3,000 more fatal car accidents took place on rural roads than on busy city streets in 2013, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  

Rural Highways Although rural highways see less traffic than major ones, they’re often the site of single-vehicle accidents. The primary culprit: inattention. With a lack of cars in either direction, it’s easy for drivers to become distracted and veer off the road.  

Stop Signs Oftentimes, drivers fail to stop in time or roll through a stop sign into an intersection, resulting in a collision with another vehicle.  

Stoplights Although stoplights serve to control the flow of traffic, they can present a hazard when motorists misjudge and drive through them. Other times, due to inattention or distraction, motorists may rear-end a car sitting at a red light.  

Two-Lane Roads With just one lane in either direction, two-lane roads are the site of many accidents, especially when the shoulder area is narrow.  

Intersections When multiple directions of traffic converge, accidents are bound to happen. Unregulated intersections and those that have only stop or yield signs are especially dangerous.  

Close to Home You might think cruising around your neighborhood is the safest place to drive, but many car accidents happen within a few miles of home. Repetition and familiarity can lead drivers to lose focus behind the wheel.  

Contact an Auto Accident Attorney No matter where your car accident took place, if the other driver was at fault, you could receive compensation in a personal injury claim. For more than three decades, the car accident attorneys at Morgan & Morgan have helped auto accident injury victims like you collect the compensation they deserve. Schedule a free case evaluation now to learn more.  

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