4th of July Accidents
What a difference a year makes.
Last 4th of July, many annual events were canceled due to the Pandemic, and with that, the number of car accidents didn’t grind to a halt, but they were drastically reduced.
This year, a report issued by the National Safety Council estimates that across America more than 400 deaths and almost 50,000 injuries will occur from auto collisions this Fourth of July.
“The increase in injuries and fatalities on our star-spangled holiday is the direct result of partying, drinking, and fireworks. It is a time for excitement and celebrating our country, but some people take it too far and get behind the wheel,” says Personal Injury Attorney Charlie Draper of the Draper Law Office.
So if you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness, here’s how a personal injury attorney can help. They will investigate the facts of your case and represent your best interests to the insurance companies – who don’t want to pay.
This will help you analyze the best strategy possible to receive the maximum compensation for your case.
While fireworks are something to revere, accidents and injuries are not.
So if you’ve been in a collision on 4th of July, a personal injury attorney will be there for you every step of the way to help you navigate the complexities of the claims process while you focus on healing from your injuries.
Draper Law Office’s commitment to service begins with the belief that concentration in limited areas of the law promotes successful results. They remain committed to the success of their clients.