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I-70 Presents High Risk of Fatal Truck AccidentsBy Pyle Law, October 08 2019 6:06 pm
When massive semi-trucks are involved in traffic accidents, the odds that the accident will be fatal go up. The immense size differential between semis and the vehicles we drive leaves us at a far greater risk of suffering life-threatening injuries than truck drivers involved. If you’ve lost a loved one to a trucking accident, you need the experienced legal counsel of a Kansas wrongful death attorney on your side.
According to the National Safety Council, 2018 was the third year in a row that traffic fatalities reached the staggering number of 40,000. According to Geotab, I-70 in Kansas is one of the most dangerous interstates in the nation and the most dangerous in the state. Many people travel I-70 on a regular basis, including many large commercial trucks, as I-70 is a major thoroughfare across the United States.
It’s established that truck accidents can be extremely dangerous, but the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) shares several statistics that highlight this point, including:
Truck accidents are often deadly, and I-70 in Kansas is a particularly dangerous interstate. If you’ve lost someone you love to a truck accident, consult with a dedicated wrongful death attorney today.
Deadly truck accidents are on the rise, but there are things you can do to help you share the road with truck drivers more safely, including:
Truck accidents are often deadly. If you’ve lost a loved one to a truck accident on the dangerous I-70 corridor – or anywhere – our compassionate attorney at Pyle Law in Kansas, is committed to helping you obtain the compensation you need to begin the healing process. Attorney Tom Pyle has the experience, dedication, and skill to aggressively advocate for your rights, so please don’t hesitate to contact us online or call us at (888) 381-1155 for more information today.