In 2019, 38,800 people were estimated to have lost their lives in car crashes. Another 4.4 million had serious injuries associated with car crashes and they required medical attention. Although the number of car crashes seems to be decreasing in recent years, they are still happening at a frightening level.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Buses are a chosen mode of transportation for many Chicago commuters. Unfortunately, these heavy vehicles can cause serious injuries to passengers and other vehicles on the road. There are various causes of bus accidents and many injuries that can result ranging from scratches to severe bodily trauma, and sometimes even death.
For well over 130 years, the automobile has steadily remained one of the greatest inventions our society has ever created. Sadly, this invention has come with a horrific amount of accidents, which has left a major impact on the United States economy in several different ways. However, modern technology has made a few to zero accident rate a possible and realistic goal in the upcoming future.
The number of deaths resulting from motor vehicle accidents continued to rise both nationally and locally, according information released by the National Safety Council (NSC) and the city of Chicago.