According to statistics from the Office of Highway Safety Planning,
car accidents have increased by 42 since last year in the state of Michigan. As of June
28, 2016, there have been 440 collision-related deaths, which is 42 more
deaths than the number reported in 2015 during the same timeframe.
Although the number of accidents for the first six months of 2016 is higher
than the figure recorded during the same timeframe in 2015, the number
remains less than half of the Michigan traffic fatalities recorded over
the entire 2015 period. Now, the Michigan State Police and the Michigan
Department of Transportation continue to push for their safety campaign,
Toward Zero Deaths, to improve the safety and driver behavior of road users.
Unfortunately, many of these accidents occur over the Fourth of July weekend.
In fact, statistics show that 11 fatal car accidents resulted in 12 fatalities
over Independence Day weekend in 2015. However, because Towards Zero Deaths
has aimed to lower the number of fatalities from 889 in the year 2011
to 750 this year, the Michigan State Police participated in Operation
Combined Accident Reduction Effort in order to lower the amount of injuries
and deaths that occur in preventable vehicle collisions.
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At Goodman Acker, P.C.,
our Detroit personal injury lawyers are committed to helping our clients achieve top-tier results no matter
what your circumstances may be. If you or a loved one has been involved
in a car crash and you believe another person should be held liable for
your injuries or harm, we invite you to get in touch with our firm right
away. When you choose to work with our team, we will do everything in
our power to streamline your case so that you and your family can focus
on the road to recovery.
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