Just because Florida crashes are common does not mean that they are any less devastating for victims and their families. Even minor car accidents can result in stress, costly repairs, and battles with insurance companies. Major auto accidents can result in injuries, massive medical bills, and – in especially tragic cases – fatalities.
Thousands of auto-related fatalities occur in the U.S. every day. What is causing them?
Regrettably, the vast majority of auto accidents are the result of human negligence. We’ve listed the top seven most common causes of auto accidents in the U.S. below.
These are only a handful of examples of negligent driving behaviors that can cause accidents. Regardless of the cause, you should seek legal representation if you are involved in a car accident. With a seasoned, experienced auto accident lawyer behind you, you can avoid the expensive mistakes often made when dealing with insurers and get the compensation you deserve.
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