We’re sure you do what you can to avoid getting in accidents when driving.
You follow traffic rules, pay attention to your surroundings, keep an extra eye out for pedestrians and cyclists, and, of course, you definitely don’t text and drive. You do those things, right?
But despite our best efforts, accidents do happen – to everyone. So, what else can we do to try to avoid accidents? We can avoid those places where traffic accidents take place most frequently. Or, at least, be especially careful when we need to drive through those locations.
Some places have more accidents simply because they have more traffic. In other spots, it is because of some limited visibility, or common poor road conditions in that area, or a general lack of attention by drivers on those streets.
Austin isn’t in the Top 25 most dangerous cities for drivers in the United States, at least as recently as October 2019, according to insurance companies. Dallas, Mesquite, Fort Worth and Houston all made that notorious list. However, with the bustling population increases and constant highway construction in the Austin metro area, accidents are bound to happen.
What are the roads and intersections in Austin where the most traffic accidents happen?
If you live or work in Austin, you may not be able to avoid these dangerous intersections entirely. But knowing where to be more careful than usual may help avoid accidents.
Unfortunately, regardless of what you do, accidents still sometimes occur. If they happen to you, and you need legal assistance to protect your rights, and receive fair compensation for injuries done to you and your property, Carrigan & Anderson is here for you.
You can call or text with attorney Steve Carrigan at 361-648-6888 or use the contact form here on our website to reach us. Our legal team will walk you through the steps you need to take. If you need legal representation for your injuries, we will put our 40 years of personal injury experience to work for you in the courtroom.
No one plans on accidents, but there’s no reason for you to suffer unjustly when an accident happens to you.