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Alabama Ranks Third in Nation for Traffic Fatalities Caused by Speeding

July 19, 2018
A new study found that Alabama ranks as the third-highest in the United States for the number of traffic fatalities caused by speeding—behind only South Carolina and New Mexico. According to the study, Alabama reports 6.52 speeding-related deaths each year per 100,000 residents, placing the number of speed-related deaths... read more

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Alabama Has The Second-Highest Teen Driving Fatality Rate in Nation

June 28, 2018
According to a recent study, Alabama ranked as the ninth worst state for teen drivers—based on safety, economic environment and driving laws. Perhaps the most alarming finding from the study is that Alabama has the second-highest fatality rate among teen drivers in the nation. While becoming a driver is an exciting milest... read more

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Researchers Find Pedestrians Cause Majority of Pedestrian Accident Fatalities

June 26, 2018
When walking to a shop, across a busy street or even in your neighborhood for a stroll, it’s likely you will see people who are glued to their phones while walking. This normalized activity is dangerous and can be fatal. It’s important to think twice about picking up your phone when walking since an accident […] Continue Reading

Montgomery Woman’s Fatal Car Accident Demonstrates Importance of Wearing a Seat Belt

February 15, 2018
Although it may seem like such a small action, wearing a seat belt is very important. Thousands of people involved in car accidents each year survive because they were wearing seat belts. In fact, the CDC reports that seat belts can reduce serious car accident injuries by 50%. Recently, a 36-year-old woman from Montgomery t... read more

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Do You Have a Game Plan to Avoid Drunk Driving on Super Bowl Sunday?

January 30, 2018
As Super Bowl Sunday approaches, people will soon be watching the big game, feasting on wings and ice-cold beer and cheering on their favorite team. According to Statista, approximately 111.3 million Americans watched the Super Bowl last year, and the massive viewership is expected for Super Bowl LII. Most viewers will visi... read more

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Man Charged for Drugged Driving Accident in Montgomery

January 29, 2018
Justice has been served for the family of a slain Alabama Department of Transportation worker, who was killed by a drunk driver late last year. The man responsible for the accident has been formally charged with the tragic crime. Three ALDOT employees were struck by a driver who was under the influence of an illegal [&helli... read more

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Attorney Mike White Discusses Teen Driving Safety on WAKA CBS 8 and WBMM CW 22

January 10, 2018
January is National Teen Driving Awareness Month, and with the beginning of a new year, it is good to think about ways to improve and enhance our lives and the world around us. In honor of National Teen Driving Awareness Month, attorney Mike White appeared on WAKA CBS 8 and WBMM CW 22 with host […] Continue Reading

Recent Snowfall in Alabama Reminds Drivers to Take Extra Precautions

December 11, 2017
Driving in winter weather conditions can be dangerous, and for Alabama residents who are not used to driving in snow and ice, driving in these conditions can be even more of a challenge. Alabama experienced snowfall on Friday, which caused concerns for icing on the roads. Central Alabama, including Montgomery, was under a W... read more

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Failure to Yield Causes Van of College Students to Overturn on the Road

December 6, 2017
Imagine driving on the road when suddenly, a car crashes into you, and in a split second, your car is upside down on the asphalt. For students and coaches at Emory University on their way to a recent track meet, this was their reality. A van carrying the team of college track runners and coaches […] Continue Reading

Local Prattville Resident Death reminds us of the Importance of Wearing a Seat Belt

November 27, 2017
According to the most recent report from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) over 50% of fatalities in motor vehicle crashes occur due to people not wearing a seat belt. The study shows out of 22,441 passenger vehicle occupants who died in motor vehicle traffic crashes in 2015, more than half of teens [&hell... read more

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