Car Accident Statistics
Motor vehicle accidents are a leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control. With well over two million Americans sustaining injuries in motor vehicle collisions annually, and approximately 32,000 dying as a result, car accidents touch nearly everyone in some way. In economic terms, the cost of such accidents is staggering, with the yearly bill topping $80 billion in victim medical expenses and loss of income, according to CDC.
When you get hurt, you can protect yourself from financial ruin due to someone’s negligent or reckless driving. The first action you should take is to get medical care for your injuries. Your next move should be getting in touch with an experienced car accident attorney to discuss your options for damage control.
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Our attorneys will review your case and represent you throughout your car crash claim. Contact Broussard & Hart L.L.C. today for help pursuing a car accident settlement. Your first consultation is free and we won’t charge fees unless money is recovered.
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