Many groups will gather data from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to assess which states’ drivers are really the worst.
Car Insurance Comparison does a nice job ranking each U.S. state in terms of:
Hoosiers generally have decent numbers compared to the rest of the country,
except that they apparently don’t obey traffic safety laws (#11
out of 51), which unfortunately caused a significant number of deaths
in 2017. Let’s take a closer look at two laws most commonly violated.
These may read as common sense driving rules, but they are also the laws
most motor vehicle operators often break and in doing so, increase accident
and injury rates for others across the state. Since the team at Wagner
Reese hopes to help you avoid being one of these drivers OR an accident
victim during the warm weather season, with more drivers on the road,
we will continue to write about safe driving topics on our blog and share
these tips for staying accident free on our
Facebook page, in a four part series over the next few weeks. Please follow along and
share this “quick read” information with the drivers in your life.
If tragedy strikes and you or someone you love is injured in a summer related
driving accident, please call the
vehicular accident attorneys at Wagner Reese for a free consultation. We put decades of experience
to work for you, and we won’t collect any fees unless your case
is settled or won. Connect with us by
submitting our online form, and our attorneys will review your information, and respond promptly.
If you wish to speak directly with us, please call (888) 204-8440.