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A Marietta Auto Attorney Explains Why Fatality Statistics are Helpful – and Why They Are Not


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5/3/2011
Dover Law Firm
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Each year the government tells us how many people have died in motor vehicle accidents. An analysis of the information can provide important information about where the accidents are happening, why they are happening, and when they are happening. That information may then be used to prevent future accidents.

As a Marietta auto attorney, I recognize the importance of these statistics, but I believe they fail to portray other very important information. Specifically, statistics do not share the human side of each death.

For example, in 2010 an estimated 32,788 people died in motor vehicle accidents in the United States. Each of these 32,788 died earlier than they otherwise would have because of an accident. Most left grieving relatives and loving friends whose lives were forever changed by the tragic loss of their loved one. Some left families without financial security, young children without parents, or parents mourning the unimaginable loss of their child.

It is important that we not forget the individual stories of the 32,788 people who died. If you have lost a loved one in a Georgia car accident, I want to hear from you. I want to hear about your loved one, about the accident, and about what the loss has meant to you. Please call a Marietta accident lawyer at 1.770.518.1133 for more information.


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