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June is National Safety Month

Posted on behalf of Anderson Cummings on Jun 19, 2015 in Auto Accidents

Texas auto accident lawyersEach June, the National Safety Council (NSC) partners with organizations around the country for National Safety Month to raise awareness about what it takes to stay safe while doing everyday activities.

Every year, the campaign focuses on the leading causes of injury and death at work, in our homes and on the road.

The experienced ft Worth, TX auto accident lawyers at Anderson Cummings remain at the ready for when Texas motorists are injured or die in a car accident. We can help you get the compensation you deserve and need to get back on your feet after a crash.

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Driving our vehicles is easily one of the most dangerous activities that Americans partake in every day. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that more than 32,000 people died in motor vehicle accidents in 2014.

Responsible driving habits are what keep our roads safe. Here are a few tips from the NSC to help reduce your risk for injuries on the road:

  • Dont speed
  • Dont drink and drive
  • Get plenty of sleep before getting behind the wheel
  • Dont use your cellphone while driving even hands-free devices cause distractions

Additionally, according to the council, the three greatest causes for auto accidents are:

  • Alcohol (30.8 percent)
  • Speeding (30 percent)
  • Distracted driving (36 percent)

It is in months like National Safety Month, during which all motorists should take a moment to evaluate their driving and to learn more about how they can make the roads a little bit safer.

Our auto accident lawyers place great emphasis on the importance of safe driving techniques that can help prevent accidents.

If you or someone you love is injured in an auto accident, we can help. Call our Fort Worth injury lawyers for a free consultation to determine what legal action is most appropriate for your situation.

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