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Car Accident Road Statistics

In the United States, road accident statistics are startling. The United States Department of Transportation reported that over 6 million car accidents occur nationally, causing almost 3 million injuries and 42,000 fatalities each year. Despite safety regulations, car accidents continue to remain common incidents on today’s roads.

  • About 60% of car accident fatalities are caused by excessive speeding and reckless driving
  • Almost 40% of car accident fatalities are caused by drunk drivers
  • A car accident resulting in injury occurs every 14 minutes
  • One person dies in a car accident every 12 minutes
  • More than 25% of all car drivers were involved in car accidents in a five year period

Injuries due to Car Accidents

Reckless and inattentive drivers are the most common cause of road accidents. Fatalities are most commonly attributed to not wearing seat belts and taking adequate safety precautions. Talking, eating, drinking and cell phone use while driving (and not paying attention to the road) have been significant factors in distraction from safe driving.

Common car accident related injuries include brain injuries, injuries to the spine, neck injuries, fractures, head trauma, etc., leaving victims with severe pain and discomfort.

What To Do When A Car Accident Related Injury Occurs

Those that were not at fault but injured by a car accident may often be entitled to compensation since the law entitles victims of car accidents to recover damages and compensation for their injuries sustained in car accidents. Whether you are a pedestrian, a passenger or a car operator, it is important to know your rights in the event of a car accident related injury.

An auto accident victim may file a claim under certain circumstances. For a valid personal injury claim, there needs to be evidence of negligence of the other driver. While state laws vary, an attorney will be able to assess whether or not a claim can be made if:

  • serious injury has led to pain and suffering
  • loss of consortium if a family member or spouse is severely injured as a result of the car accident
  • wrongful death occurs

If Involved in a Car Accident Obtain the Following Information

General Information

  • Date & Time
  • Location
  • Direction of Travel
  • Weather and Road Conditions

Police Information

  • Accident Report #
  • Police Officer’s Name
  • Shield #
  • Precinct #

Other Vehicle Information

  • Owner’s Name & Address
  • Driver’s Name & Address
  • Make & Model of Vehicle
  • Insurance Company Name
  • License Plate #
  • Vehicle ID

Witness Information

  • Name
  • Address
  • Telephone #

Since processing car accident claims can be difficult, it is important to contact a lawyer experienced in car accident cases as soon as possible.

The right attorney can help sort through the process of proving fault and wrongdoing in order to claim compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, and loss of earnings. At the Finz firm there are lawyers available to help you.

Legal Help for Car Accident Victims

Are you or a family member suffering from injuries resulting from a car accident? The experienced lawyers at the Finz firm can help you seek justice in recovering your rightful compensation. Contact a car accident attorney at the Finz firm now toll free at (855) TOP-FIRM or simply fill out the Free Car Accident Case Evaluation form.

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Motor vehicle accidents remain one of the leading causes of death and injury in the United States.  Often it’s easy to see why so many accidents occur as distractions on the road are even greater than ever.  We know the rules, we enroll in classes, we try to drive defensively and, most of the time, we’re stay in pretty good shape unharmed.  Avoiding a car accident takes very little effort when you keep some basic rules in mind. 

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August 08, 2013 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

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June 13, 2013 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

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April 16, 2013 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

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New York Car Accident Attorney Warns Drivers About Black Ice Conditions

March 06, 2013 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

Black ice.  We’ve all heard about it, and we all know it’s dangerous.  But, just what is black ice, how dangerous can it be, and how do we protect ourselves when we can’t see it coming?  Black ice is a thin, highly transparent (almost invisible) layer of ice formed on a surface when the temperatures are extremely low.  Accidents happen all the time as a result of snowy and icy roads, especially those where black ice has formed. When we have no choice but to travel the designated route, is there anything that can be done to avoid being injured when black ice is present?

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February 21, 2013 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

In a remarkable reversal engineered by Jay Feigenbaum, senior trial and appellate attorney at Finz & Finz; P.C., a Second Department panel not only reversed the dismissal of a automobile accident injury case but awarded summary judgment to the plaintiff.

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September 27, 2012 | Former NYS Supreme Court Justice Leonard L. Finz

The issue of whether the plaintiff suffered a “serious injury” as defined in the Insurance Law §5102 (d) is raised constantly in those cases in which a plaintiff claims soft tissue injuries, bulging discs, disc herniations, and other cervical and lumbar syndromes. Where the court concludes that a claimed injury fails to meet the criteria set forth in the New York State Insurance Law that defines “serious injury”, the case will be dismissed. Thus, such issues must be dealt with by the plaintiff submitting convincing medical affidavits sufficient to satisfy Section §5102 (d).

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July 30, 2012 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

Turn signals are not always on the minds of today's drivers, but a recent study suggests that they should be. The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) recently researched driving practices and found that motorists miss making turn signals about 25 percent of the time. This results in two billion signal failures daily.

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NHTSA Proposes Mandatory Brake-Override Systems

June 29, 2012 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has proposed a new regulation that would mandate the installation of a brake-override system in all new cars in order to allow drivers to stop their vehicles in the event of a brake failure.

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