Auto Accidents

The Holidays Can Increase Your Risk of a Car Accident

Posted by Trent Kelly on December 21, 2020
The Holidays Can Increase Your Risk of a Car Accident

With the increase in traffic during the holiday season, car accidents are more common than ever. If you have suffered an injury in a holiday-season car accident that was caused by another driver’s negligence, a car accident lawyer may be able to assist you with filing your claim or lawsuit. 

During the holiday season, many people are out and about buying Christmas trees, doing last-minute holiday shopping, and running various errands. However, with the increased motor vehicle traffic during the holiday season comes the possibility of car accidents that can lead to serious injuries. Depending upon the type and force of the collision, car accidents can cause broken bones, traumatic brain and head injuries, back injuries, and soft tissue injuries. 

If you have been injured in a holiday-season car accident that resulted from another driver’s carelessness or recklessness, the experienced Austin car accident lawyers at TK Injury Lawyers, are ready to help. We can assist you with filing a claim or lawsuit against the responsible driver and pursuing the economic recovery that you deserve for your injuries. Please call us today to find out more about how we could assist you with your car accident case. 

Common Causes of Holiday-Season Car Accidents

The increased amount of motor vehicle traffic on the road during the holiday season makes car accidents more likely. Some of the most common causes of car accidents that occur during the holiday season include the following:

  • Distracted driving – During the holiday season, drivers are more distracted than ever. They may have their minds on other things besides driving, including where they are going and what they have to do. They may also be distracted by small children in the car, cell phones, tablets, and loud music. All of these distractions can divert a driver’s attention away from the road, and all it takes is a second or two for an accident to occur. 
  • Speeding – During the holidays, drivers are often in a hurry to get to their final destination, whether that be a holiday party or the home of a friend or relative. Consequently, holiday drivers are more likely to speed and violate other rules of the road which can lead to a collision.
  • Intoxicated driving – During the holiday season, drivers are more likely to get behind the wheel of a car after consuming one or more alcoholic beverages at a holiday get-together. When a driver is intoxicated, he or she could lose control of the vehicle and cause a serious accident. 

Talk to an Austin Car Accident Lawyer Today

If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident that another person caused, the skilled legal team at TK Injury Lawyers will fight for your right to recover much-needed monetary compensation for all of your injuries. For a free legal consultation and case evaluation with an Austin car accident attorney, please call today at (512) 910-2000 or contact us online for more information. 


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