Winter Car Crashes [Infographic]

Winter Car Crashes [Infographic]

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Winter Car Crashes [Infographic]

Have you ever driven in the snow? While freshly fallen snow can look pretty, it can quickly become annoying when it affects roads. Driving on snowy or icy streets is difficult and dangerous. Slippery road conditions are to blame for thousands of winter car crashes each year.

Even if you have four-wheel drive, you still have to be careful. You should always avoid driving in winter weather if you can. But if it’s absolutely necessary to drive, then you must take precautions to stay safe. You don’t want to become a winter car crash statistic. Learn more about car crashes in snow and ice in our infographic below.

Car Crashes in Snow and Ice Infographic

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Winter Car Crash Attorneys in Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Drivers must use more caution when driving in winter weather. Engaging in negligent or reckless behavior when roads are dry is bad enough. But it can be even worse when drivers are careless on wet roads covered in snow or ice. If a driver is texting and tries to brake suddenly, it will take more time to stop on a snow-covered road compared to a dry road. Winter car crashes can lead to serious injuries or even death.

Some winter car crashes are preventable. If negligent behavior was to blame for your winter car crash, you deserve compensation for your injuries. An auto accident lawyer at Haggerty & Silverman will fight to protect your rights. We are located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and will evaluate your claim free of charge.  Do not hesitate to contact us at 717-397-3200 or fill out our contact form online.

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Howard G. Silverman

Lead trial attorney for both Haggerty & Silverman in Lancaster, PA and Kane & Silverman P.C. located in Philadelphia, PA / Marlton, NJ.

Posted on by Howard G. Silverman in Car Accidents, Personal Injury