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As populations increase, so do motor vehicle accidents

More and more people are moving to the state of South Carolina to take advantage of the wonderful climate and great opportunities that this great state has to offer. Due to this population boom, more vehicles than ever before are sharing crowded roadways across the state. With so many vehicles sharing roads, motor vehicle accidents become almost inevitable.

Motor vehicle accidents are on the rise across South Carolina

Getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle is a privilege that should never be taken for granted.  Populations continue to rise across the great state of South Carolina, which means that roadways are more crowded than ever before. Navigating these crowded and congested roadways can be one of the most dangerous daily activities in the lives of most South Carolinians. Motor vehicle accidents can happen in the blink of an eye and the consequences can be fatal. 

Motor vehicle accidents frequently prove fatal for pedestrians

South Carolina residents should not have to worry about their lives when out walking. Unfortunately, in many areas taking a walk has become nearly as dangerous as driving a car. Drivers who speed or are distracted while driving may cause motor vehicle accidents, which have the potential to result in fatal injuries for pedestrians. A young child was recently fatally injured in one such accident.

Motor vehicle accidents often fatal for any bicyclists involved

It is crucial for drivers to remain aware of their surroundings. When drivers fail to do this, they may cause motor vehicle accidents that could have devastating consequences for those involved. A South Carolina bicyclist was recently killed after being struck by a car.

Motor vehicle accidents are more likely to occur on icy roads

When temperatures start dropping, drivers must proceed with even more caution than usual. Weather factors such as rain and icy roads can easily result in motor vehicle accidents. A pedestrian was recently killed after one South Carolina man failed to drive safely in bad weather conditions.

Motor vehicle accidents may lead to fatalities

Car crashes can happen within seconds and result in injuries for those involved. Many different factors can contribute to motor vehicle accidents, such as distracted driving or bad weather conditions. Several people were injured and one was killed in a recent South Carolina collision.

Drinking and driving often results in motor vehicle accidents

Car crashes often result in property damage and serious injury for those involved. A South Carolina man tragically lost his life as a result of the injuries he suffered in a recent collision. Negligent drivers are often a cause of fatal motor vehicle accidents such as this.

Motor vehicle accidents may involve private driveways

A car accident sadly took the life of one person in South Carolina recently, whereas two other people were injured in the wreck. The crash occurred along South Carolina 901. These types of motor vehicle accidents may occur due to the carelessness of a driver, in which case the negligent driver may be held financially responsible for injuries and deaths resulting from such a collision.

Motor vehicle accidents may result from disregarding stop signs

Two individuals tragically lost their lives in a South Carolina car crash recently. Meanwhile, four other people, including a teenager, suffered injuries in the collision. These types of motor vehicle accidents may happen if a driver is careless, which is grounds for litigation.

Motor vehicle accidents may involve drowning due to negligence

Sadly, two men lost their lives in a recent South Carolina car crash involving a single motor vehicle. The motor vehicle accident took place on a Saturday. Authorities found the two men in a pond at the accident scene. Sometimes, these types of motor vehicle accidents occur due to driver negligence, which is grounds for litigation.

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