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Hold the motorist who killed your loved one accountable

Data published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows that at least 90 people die in car crashes here in the U.S. daily. These fatal crashes don't always involve multiple motorists. It's sadly quite common for drivers to perish in single automobile accidents as well. While many motorists perish instantly as a result of their involvement in these crashes, others do in the hours and days following their collisions. There are trends as it relates to when and why fatal accidents occur.

Speeding is an all-too-common cause of deadly car crashes. It's often accompanied by drugged or drunk driving. Teens and young adults that are males are most apt to die in car crashes due to this type of reckless driving.

Distracted driving is reportedly the leading cause of fatal car crashes. This type of reckless driver behavior is most common among teenaged and young adult drivers. Distractions don't just come from phones. Motorists are often distracted by reaching for something, eating, looking at or talking with others riding in their vehicle and messing with the radio.

Other factors that give way to fatal car crashes include motorists not wearing seatbelts, driving vehicles that aren't roadworthy or operating one while there are hazardous road conditions or at night. Motorists who drive a car when they're either upset or fatigued or while they're on prescription medications may be more likely to become involved in a fatal accident than those who don't.

Motorists can greatly reduce their chance of becoming involved in a fatal automobile accident by making sure not to get behind the wheel of their car after taking prescription or illicit drugs or drinking alcohol, by wearing a seatbelt and driving the correct speed limit for the traffic patterns and road conditions.

While no amount of money will bring your loved one back if you've lost them in a car crash, it might encourage anyone planning to engage in negligent behaviors to re-think their actions when they do get behind the wheel of their car here in Cary. An attorney can help you get answers after a catastrophic automobile collision. Your North Carolina lawyer can handle your wrongful death claim so that you can continue to grieve the untimely loss of your loved one.

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