Pascoe Law FirmHighway Accident
Principal office located in Friendswood, Texas.
Available to service League City, Webster, Pearland, Galveston, and the surrounding areas within Texas.
Highway Accident Attorney
There are about 26,059,203 people within the state of Texas and 237,440,000 miles traveled on Texas Highways each year. In 2013, this number reached 240.447 billion, an increase of 1.1% from the previous year. With these mean people traveling on the highway and freeways in Texas, it makes sense that the number of car crashes are at such a high number. Texas is only behind California for most miles travel within the United States. A majority of the accidents occur within the larger urban areas. Considering how large the Houston / Galveston area a majority of the car accidents occurred right here locally.
Highway Accident Attorney servicing the Galveston, League City, Pearland, Texas City, Friendswood, Alvin, and Webster, TX areas. Call our attorney at 713-829-4317. The roadways are filled every day with cars that use our highway and freeways to get to work and home and back. Due the high traffic on these roads there is increased chance that you or a loved one may be involved in an auto accident.
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Speeding Increases The Likelihood of Freeway Accidents
Speeding increases the likelihood of an auto accident and so does the injuries increase at higher speeds. Some of the ways that speed impacts accidents includes:
- Crash Energy- this a term that describes the amount of energy created when two cars collide. The amount of energy created by a crash increases when one, or both, of the vehicles is traveling at an elevated speed. For example, a 50% increase of the vehicles speed would result in a 125% increased crash energy.
- Stopping Distance- the amount of space needed to safely stop a vehicle is often taken away by speeding. Many drivers fail to stop and crash into the car in front of them. This is often the cause of a rear-end collision. When a driver is speeding the have less time to react to what is in front of their cars. As a result, that hesitation could be only a second but could have been needed to safely slow the automobile.
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