I-95 and I-4 Two of the most dangerous roads in the United States

By: Admin

As most who live in Orlando know, we have some of the most dangerous roads in the United States. A new ranking was just posted comparing all the roads in the U.S. and I-95, right outside of Orlando, was ranked first in the deadliest roadway section while I-4 was ranked third, in the entire nation. Many argue that this is due to tourism and not an everyday occurrence that these rankings seem to imply. No matter the cause these rankings still should alarm those who live in and around Orlando. While many accidents are unavoidable, it is always in your best interest to direct all of your attention to driving rather than any outside distractions such as cell phones.

If everyone would do their best to drive safe and always pay attention the accidents on our Orlando roadways would diminish exponentially. However since this is an unlikely solution to this problem it is always in your best interest to know your rights and your insurance coverage if you are ever injured in an auto accident. The attorneys at Wieland, Hilado & DeLattre continue to fight for victim’s rights as a result of motor vehicle accidents. They are well versed in all parts of auto accident cases and will do their best to make sure you are getting the benefits you deserve. For more information visit our website at www.WHDJustice.com or by calling our office at 407-841-7699.


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