By the end of 2010, approximately 2.24 million people were injured in the United States due to motor vehicle traffic crashes - and out of those millions of accidents, 37 percent of all fatal auto collisions in North Carolina were directly attributed to speeding. What these staggering statistics indicate is that high speed accidents account for a very large majority of auto accidents across the United States.
While the average driver is aware that driving at greater speeds increase the inherent risk involved while operating a vehicle, a high speed accident is still amongst the leading problems plaguing drivers today. In 2010 alone, North Carolina tallied 1,319 total motor vehicle fatalities, which unfortunately, was an increase from the previous year.
At Mike Lewis Attorneys, we strongly believe in fighting for the rights of those that have been injured by someone else's negligence. If you or a loved one has been injured in a high speed accident, we have over 150 years of combined legal experience which can be applied to your own personal injury lawsuit.
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In a recent nation-wide comparison, North Carolina was rated above the country’s average of fatalities per 100,000 populations. With indications pointing towards an increase in the number of auto accidents, drivers in local communities like Winston-Salem and Greensboro must be made aware of the dangers involved in driving over the speed limits on North Carolina's roadways and highways.
Simply put, high speed crashes continue to rank amongst the top factors in North Carolina fatalities, and have the potential to create devastating circumstances for everyone involved.
A city that is close to our hearts here at Mike Lewis Attorneys, is Winston-Salem, which is the home to many fine museums, art galleries and shopping areas that attract quite a few people to the city. As more and more residents and visitors fill the roadways and highways to visit our city, the likelihood of an auto accident increases due to escalated traffic. Understandably, speeding only further enhances that potential.
If you have been involved in a high speed wreck in the North Carolina area, an experienced attorney from Mike Lewis Attorneys is dedicated to achieving justice for you. Simply fill out the Free Case Evaluation form to the left for a free, no-obligation consultation.
High speeds not only increase the likelihood that a collision will occur, they also contribute to an intensified level of injury. High speeds indicating more serious injury, as well as property damages, seem to be common knowledge to the average driver. However, a large majority of drivers within the Winston-Salem area still continue to speed at increasing rates.
As driving speeds increase, the possibility of life altering damage increases dramatically. With this in mind, those who choose to drive above the posted speed limit are not only increasing the probability of negatively changing their own life, but more importantly - the lives of other innocent pedestrians and motorists.
Some of the most common injuries associated with high speed crashes are:
With aproven track record of fighting for the rights of our customers, at Mike Lewis Attorneys we are passionate in our pursuit of justice for you. Our attorneys have the knowledge and resources to guide you through the complicated process of personal injury litigation, so that you can focus on getting "back to normal" as quickly as possible.
Hiring a lawyer to represent your case is an essential first step to recovering your losses. High speed collisions are dangerous and those injured deserve adequate representation. All of our attorneys pride themselves on providing an unmatched level of passion and experience to our clients and will fight for your maximum compensation claim.
We have a hard-won reputation of fighting for the rights of injury victims, and are compassionate about your cause. With over 150 years of combined legal experience and $10 MILLION in successful verdicts and settlements for our clients, we have the experience to help you navigate the obstacles that can arise during a personal injury lawsuit.
Our offices are based in Winston-Salem and Greensboro NC, and we are licensed to practice law across the entire state. To find out more about how we can help, please contact us on 866-299-1769.
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