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Davy Yockey - Auto Accidents Lawyer

High Speed Collisions:

High Speed Collisions

High-speed collisions played a role in approximately 30% of all fatal crashes in 2004 according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.


In high-speed collisions, a vehicle undergoes such force that its structure cannot possibly protect its passengers from serious injury.


When you speed:

• The distance traveled after seeing an emergency and actually reacting to it increases.

• The distance needed to stop a vehicle is increased.

• The severity of a crash increases as the speed increases.

• An airbag and seatbelt are less effective when speeding is involved.


For the innocent survivors of high-speed car accident, the physical and emotional recovery process can be horribly painful and unbelievably expensive.

Learn More:

Head On Collisions

Road Rage

High Speed Collisions

Drunk Driving Accidents

Side Impact Collisions

Asleep at the Wheel

Rollover Accidents

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