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Deadly Travel This Holiday Weekend

Posted on behalf of Stephens, Anderson & Cummings on Jul 02, 2015 in Auto Accidents

Deadly Holiday TravelTroopers across Texas and Oklahoma will be patrolling the highways for drunk drivers over the Fourth of July weekend. Record travel is predicted with over 40 million people set to hit highways, nationwide.

National Safety Council statistics reveal that about 17,000 people are expected to suffer injuries in car wrecks over the holiday weekend. More than 200 fatalities are expected.  

If you or somebody close to you is injured over the holiday weekend by the negligence of somebody else, call us, and speak with a member of our accident team.  

Sobriety Checkpoints

About 40 percent of all traffic accidents will involve a drunk driver. Increased enforcement will include sobriety checkpoints and patrols in unmarked vehicles.

While being fully conscious of holiday traffic dangers and prevention, you can still be the victim of the negligence of a careless driver. If that happens, and you and someone in your vehicle are injured, call 911 right away, and get immediate medical attention. Then contact us.

We're dedicated, knowledgeable and experienced Texas and Oklahoma attorneys, and we focus our practice on personal injury. We're compassionate but aggressive with an exemplary success rate of getting our clients compensated for their injuries.

With us you can take the measures necessary to protect your rights and interests. We hold negligent parties responsible for the severe injuries and suffering that they leave behind them.

Free Case Evaluation

At the law offices of Stephens, Anderson, & Cummings, our Fort Worth auto accident attorneys know that the victims of car accidents need help putting their lives back together, and don't have time to deal with insurance companies or claims adjusters. Give us these responsibilities, so you can focus on healing.

Call (877) 920-9009 or complete the Free Case Evaluation form.