Although South Carolina hasn’t been ranked as having the worst drivers in the nation, auto accidents are still a prominent cause of injuries and deaths in the state. In fact, while more than 13 traffic crashes occur in South Carolina every hour, every day, at least two people in the state are killed in deadly car accidents.
Revealing more about the frequency and impacts of auto wrecks in South Carolina, the following infographics presents some of the latest findings related to the incidence and impacts of traffic accidents in the state.1
We encourage you to share this fascinating infographic on social media to encourage all motorists to do their part to keep the roads safe and minimize the risk of crashes.
When you need answers about your options for financially recovering after an auto wreck, simply contact an experienced Columbia SC personal injury lawyer at Chappell, Smith & Arden Attorneys at Law. Our lawyers are ready to help you identify and move forward with your best recovery options following any type of traffic wreck.
Contact a Columbia SC Personal Injury Lawyer at Chappell, Smith & Arden Attorneys at Law
If you have been injured in an auto accident – or if you have lost a loved one to a deadly traffic crash, contact a Columbia SC personal injury lawyer at Chappell, Smith & Arden for effective legal advocacy as you pursue recovery and justice.
You can call our firm at (800) 531-9780 or email us via the contact form on this page to set up a free, no obligations initial consult with one of our lawyers. During this meeting, you can find out more about your rights, as well as how we can help you.
From our six office locations throughout South Carolina, our attorneys provide the highest quality legal services to injured people and families in Columbia, Alken, Camden, Sumter, Orangeburg, Greenville, Florence, Beaufort, Irmo, Spartanburg, Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head Island, West Columbia, Rock Hill, Charleston, Lexington, Winnsboro, Summerville, and throughout South Carolina.
1: According to the South Carolina Department of Public Safety (SCDPS), with all data reported herein coming from 2014 (the most recent year for which complete statistics are currently available)