Fatal Accidents


Slip and falls often occur due to wet floors, spilled liquids, inadequate or missing entryway mats, and many other hidden hazards you don’t notice until it is too late. Trip and falls happen when unexpected objects or conditions impede your intended direction of travel. People often trip over large cracks in the sidewalk, potholes in crosswalks, unmarked and unexpected steps, and a host of many dangerous conditions that can cause a bad fall. Falls can happen when stairs break or crumble, or when a handrail or other safety device fails and causes a fall rather than preventing one.

Death can occur in a car accident by distracted driving, driving impaired, speeding, weather conditions, or rollover accidents. The injuries most likely to be fatal in a car accident include: head injuries, neck injuries, chest injuries, and burn injuries.

Common Causes of Death from Car Accidents

  • Flying objects like broken glass and loose items​
  • Fires and explosions which can result in the skin being badly burned​
  • Air bag deployment which can injure the face on contact​
  • Contact with the dashboard or steering wheel of the car​

Quick Facts

Distracted driving is the leading cause of fatal accidents. ​

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How a Fatal Accident Can Affect your Life

Not only does it end your life, but your loved ones will be greatly affected. In the instance of death, there may be possibility of negligence which could result in a wrongful death. 


Although there is no way for a person to recover from a fatal accident, the recovery for the family is a lifetime. 

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