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Comprehensive Information and Legal Options for Flower Mound, TX Car Accident Victims

Car accidents in Flower Mound are the leading cause of injury and death for residents

Everyone knows that car crashes are common, and sometimes result in fatalities, but most people don't really think about what that means in terms of the cost to society. We tend to view car accidents as tragedies that affect the people involved, but we rarely think through how the costs of first responders from the Flower Mound Police Department, the Flower Mound Fire and Rescue Department, the Texas Highway Patrol, as well as clean-up efforts by various Flower Mound government agencies, which of course add up for the taxpayers.

What are the statistics related to Flower Mound motor-vehicle crash injuries and deaths?

3,773 people lost their lives on Texas roadways in the 55,797 crashes reported in 2016. In Denton County, there were 12,127 reported in 2016. This demonstrates clearly how the population density and traffic congestion contribute to the dangers that drivers and passengers in Flower Mound face.

What is the cost of car crashes to the government agencies in Flower Mound and Texas?

According to the State of Texas Department of Transportation, the cost of motor vehicle accidents statewide was $38,600,000,000 in 2016. This is a staggering amount when you consider that in comparison, the annual cost to end world hunger is estimated to be $30,000,000,000. In this context, it is easy to see why Flower Mound and Texas government agencies work hard to improve safety and to reduce dangers on Flower Mound roadways.

What are some primary causes of Flower Mound car accidents?

The main causes of car crashes include:

Speeding While Driving and Reckless Driving: Failing to follow the speed limit is the most common cause of traffic accidents in the United States.

Distracted Driving– The proliferation of mobile phone use has resulted an increased level of danger on our roads. 

Other forms of Distracted Driving – Some of the most common types of distractions resulting in high incidences of traffic accidents include, eating, smoking, listening to loud music or changing the dial, reaching for objects in the vehicle, and looking or talking with other passengers in the vehicle.

Driver Fatigue – Falling Asleep in the Wheel – According to recently published data driver fatigue is the cause of 2.5-3.0 percent of all roadway related fatalities in the United States. 

Drunk Driving– and Driving While Under the Influence of a Narcotic Substance: According to studies driving while under the influence of alcohol results in a 900% increase in the probability of an auto accident.

If you have been injured in a car collision, you will need a great Flower Mound accident attorney to help

No matter how much we eradicate dangerous driving behaviors like drunk driving, distracted driving, speeding, and other actions that put Flower Mound drivers at risk, car accidents will continue to happen. When a less serious crash happens, often someone can manage the insurance claim without help. When a serious injury car accident happens, or when a fatality occurs, it is crucial to get help from an experienced Flower Mound car accident lawyer

Most recent accident reports

Wednesday, February 12, 2020
U.S 75
Dallas, TX
Type: Car Accident