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What's Causing the Recent Spike in Fatal Pedestrian Accidents?

Pedestrian deaths are increasing faster than all other traffic fatalities. Pedestrian traffic deaths have reached a 40-year high, according to early estimates. Nationwide in 2021, almost 7,500 people died in pedestrian accidents. That's an 11.5 percent increase over 2020. According to preliminary research by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), this is the largest number...

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The "100 Deadliest Days Of Summer" Are Here

Now is the time when teen drivers are the most at risk of fatal car accidents Memorial Day weekend recently kicked off the unofficial start of summer. But unfortunately, the May holiday also marks the beginning of the "100 Deadliest Days" when it comes to car accidents involving young drivers between Memorial Day and Labor...

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Documents You’ll Need For Your Car Accident Claim

You’ve been in a car accident in Wichita or another location in Kansas. The medical expenses are adding up fast. You are forced to miss time for work and are losing income. The cost to repair your car is more than you thought – or it’s totaled. If a negligent driver caused your accident, you...

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Kansas Drops Bill To Curb Fatal Distracted Driving Accidents

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month—and drivers should remember to stay focused Distracted driving is one of the most deadly and preventable causes of car accidents in Kansas. While this type of bad driving behavior is blamed for causing thousands of fatal accidents across the U.S. each year, the problem is particularly pronounced in Kansas....

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Study Reveals Fatal Crashes Involving Cannabis Are on the Rise

Wichita car accident attorneys explain what this means for drivers Even before outside states legalized recreational marijuana, the drug has been contributing more and more to fatal car accidents, according to a new study. The percentage of roadway fatalities involving cannabis or a combination of cannabis and alcohol more than doubled over 19 years. However,...

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Kansas Plans To Improve High-Risk Rural Road Safety

Street safety typically focuses on stopping bad car accidents in big cities, but there needs to be room at the table for rural roads, too. Almost half of the roughly 36,000 roadway fatalities reported annually in the U.S. occur on rural roads. In 2019, the fatality crash rate on rural roads was almost twice as...

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