Category: Traffic Accident Articles

car accident

Car accidents can happen at any time, and almost always when you least expect it. The impact of a collision could lead to relatively minor harm to vehicle occupants like whiplash and bumps or bruises, or could result in severe and potentially fatal injuries. Data from the National Highway Traffic…

Whiplash caused by car accident in Texas

If you’ve experienced neck pain after a car accident, you might wonder if it’s whiplash or something even more serious. Unfortunately, it’s an all too common question. One reportable crash occurred every 58 seconds in one recent year, and one person was injured every two minutes, seven seconds, according to…

Hands on a steering wheel

Although good drivers never seem to get enough credit, they play a critical role in keeping roads safe for everyone. When it comes to safe driving in the United States, every state ranks differently. The residents of some states may have a reputation for being better drivers or worse drivers….

Man driving

The automotive website Tire Reviews and More published a study that analyzed Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The study specifically examined the frequency with which drivers of different makes of cars were involved in fatal crashes. The findings indicated that people…

t bone car accident

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram recently reported that the Fort Worth Safe Communities Collaborative ranked the intersections where the most accidents have happened during the past year based on crash data from MedStar 911 calls. The top five intersections were: 5. Interstate 35W (I-35W or Northwest Freeway) and Meacham Boulevard —…

Rise In Pedestrian Fatalaties and Accidents

Distracted walking has become a significant public safety concern in recent years. The problem has become so noticeable that the National Safety Council recently added distracted walking to its injury categories. While the law recognizes that pedestrians have the right of way, it is still up to them to do…