High Speed Auto Accidents often Cause Catastrophic Injuries

There is no question that speeding is dangerous. Saving time on your daily commute is never worth someone else’s life.  Yet, so many drivers continue to exceed the speed limit.  According to the NHTSA 2013 Traffic Safety Data, there were 32,719 traffic fatalities in 2013, among them 9,613 (29%) were the result of high speed auto accidents.  When drivers speed, they place themselves, their passengers and everyone else on the road, in danger. The Dangers of High Speed Collisions It should be no surprise that auto accidents, occurring at high speeds, have the potential to cause catastrophic injuries.  The force of the impact of a high speed collision is substantially increased, so the damage that results has an increased potential to cause more serious injuries to drivers and passengers.  If a speeding car crashes into a pedestrian, motorcyclist or bicyclist, the resulting injuries are that much worse. Another factor that makes speeding more dangerous is the fact that it is more d


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