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Is summer safer?

By Ken Gibson on May 29, 2015

Unfortunately, no. While summer can be a wonderful time, it is the Bermuda Triangle for wrecks: Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day.

Most days in Virginia, two people die in a car wreck. But on each of these holidays, 16 to 20 Virginians will be in fatal car accidents. So summer is a dangerous time to be on the road in Virginia, and specifically on the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck, where an average of four car wrecks happen each day. (Source: Virginia DMV)

While no one likes to think about it, we at GibsonSingleton Virginia Injury Attorneys want you be prepared if you are in an accident. Print out this card to keep in your glove compartment, so you’ll know what to do. We hope you never have to use it.

 

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