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Fatal accidents affect all of the United States

Fatal car accidents are something that affects everyone, from the drivers or passengers involved to the tax payers covering the costs of emergency services and the police. Knowing the most dangerous states and how things can be changed can help eliminate the risk of these crashes. If you've been in one, then you probably know that working with your attorney can help you obtain compensation, and having some of this data can help you back up your requests.

For instance, did you know that failing to stay in the proper lane and reckless driving are the two most common reasons for accidents to take place in the New England states? In Pennsylvania, driving on the wrong side of the road is the most common error made that leads to fatal accidents, while Alaska has crashes caused by failing to adjust to new road surfaces.

Oregon and North Dakota's most common fatal car accident causes include the failure to yield to the right of way, and Florida's most common cause for fatal accidents includes reckless driving. Both are easily avoidable kinds of accidents, if drivers take the time to better monitor their surroundings.

Speeding is less likely to be a concern in places like Connecticut, while it's linked to more crashes in Louisiana. Poor weather, including rain, is also one of the most common causes of accidents. To help avoid an accident, remember to slow down and turn on your lights in dangerous or hazardous weather conditions, because the roads may be slick and could cause your vehicle to slide, even when you have the brakes on.

Source: Business Insider, "This map shows what causes the most fatal car crashes in each US state," Matthew Speiser, accessed Oct. 28, 2015

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