Speeding Accidents

While auto accidents themselves injure a person in the U.S. every 10 seconds, speeding drivers are the cause of nearly 30% of these collisions, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) found that speeding alone was a contributing factor in almost one-third of all fatal crashes last year. The danger of speeding is threefold: First, speed reduces the reaction time drivers need to avoid crashes, which in turn increases the likelihood of crashing and severity of accidents. Secondly, speed increases the distance needed to stop a vehicle. Speeding drivers also may not be able to judge distances as well and could put pedestrians at a greater risk.

It is imperative that those harmed by such negligent behavior are compensated for their pain and suffering, as well as for property damage and medical expenses. As a victim of a high speed collision, you should contact a qualified and experienced high speed collision attorney or personal injury lawyer as soon as possible so that you can receive reparations for your emotional and physical distress.

Don’t waste any time before standing up for what you deserve. Find an accident lawyer in your state by simply filling out the free case review form before it’s too late – due to varying statute of limitations constraints, your case can be terminated before you can collect. You should never have to pay out of your own pocket for being the innocent victim of a high-speed automobile collision.

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