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The Most Dangerous Roads in Florida


Florida has become one of the most popular destinations in the country for everyone from retirees and college students to tourists and business owners. Over the last few years, however, the influx of visitors and residents has resulted in increased congestion on many of the state’s busiest roads. This, combined with poor road planning, has only cemented Florida’s reputation as being home to some of the country’s most dangerous roads. Whether you were injured in an accident on a problematic road, or were involved in a collision somewhere else in Florida, you are undoubtedly facing some confusion in regards to recovering compensation for your losses. Please call our experienced Florida car accident lawyers today to learn more about how we can help.

Interstate 4

Interstate 4, better known by locals as I-4, isn’t one of the state’s largest roads, measuring in at only 132 miles long, but it does play a crucial role in connecting Daytona Beach, Orlando, and Tampa. Due to increasing rates of traffic, this highway has become especially dangerous for motorists. In fact, in 2017, it was named the most dangerous interstate in the U.S. Unfortunately, state officials have confirmed the severity of the problems on I-4, reporting that more deaths occurred on that road than on any other in Florida.

Interstate 95

Interstate 95, or I-95 is another Florida road that regularly tops the list of the five most dangerous roads in the U.S., especially during the summer months. The steady increase in the number of collisions that take place on this highway has a number of potential causes, including:

  • A 15 percent increase in traffic volumes over the last five years;
  • A significant increase in construction activity;
  • Increased reports of distracted driving; and
  • Increased reports of aggressive driving, including speeding and tailgating.

Collisions on I-95, unlike crashes on other Florida roads are also more likely to involve overturned vehicles and single-vehicle collisions with trees and road barriers.

Highway 192

Highway 192, which connects Four Corners to Indiatlantic is only 75 miles long, but was ranked the third most dangerous highway in the U.S. in 2017. Collisions between moving vehicles are the most common first harmful event on this highway, followed by crashes involving overturned vehicles and pedestrians. Collisions with vehicles in transport, guardrails, and embankments are also common.

Recovering Compensation for Your Car Crash

Regardless of where they occur, car accidents can have life-changing consequences for the parties involved, many of whom struggle with debilitating injuries, expensive medical bills, the loss of their vehicle, and unemployment. Fortunately, it is possible to recover compensation for these losses, so if you were hurt in a Florida accident, please reach out to a member of our legal team to learn more about your recovery options.

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To speak with an experienced Fort Lauderdale auto accident lawyers about filing a claim for compensation after a crash, please call Boone & Davis at 954-566-9919. You can also reach us by completing and submitting one of our brief online contact forms.



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