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July 30, 2022

Cowpens, SC – Injuries Occur in Auto Accident on I-85 at SC 110

Cowpens, SC (July 30, 2022) – On July 30th, an accident involving injuries was reported to Cowpens emergency personnel.

Medical staff showed up at the scene around 7:25 o’clock. According to reports, the collision happened close to South Carolina State Route 110 and northbound Interstate 85. Authorities also said they believe the wounded were sent to a nearby hospital for treatment.

The most current reports claim that local officials are now looking into the cause of the collision, despite the fact that no more information was provided.

We pray for a full recovery for the hurt victims and their loved ones.

Accidents in South Carolina Caused by Reckless Driving

Inexperienced drivers often cause car accidents as a result of poor driving techniques. Incredibly often, careless driving results in tragic car accidents in South Carolina. Speeding, failing to yield to oncoming traffic, and tailgating are all examples of careless driving. Alcohol abuse is a significant problem in the state. In our Palmetto State, drunk driving claims hundreds of lives annually.

Cowpens, SC - Injuries Occur in Auto Accident on I-85 at SC 110Cowpens, SC - Injuries Occur in Auto Accident on I-85 at SC 110

Utilizing annual data gathered, the South Carolina Department of Public Safety creates fact books. It doesn’t take much research to reach the conclusion that there are too many accidents on South Carolina’s roads each year. Injuries were caused by over 38,000 accidents in the state in 2018.

“Other injuries” was the classification for the remaining collisions. 58,053 injuries were recorded on South Carolina’s roadways in 2018, down from nearly 60,500 the year before.

Driver error was to blame for almost 95% of crashes that resulted in injuries. Excessive speed was noted as a contributing cause in 11,121 of the 38,138 nonfatal injury cases. In 8,845 of these incidents, there was a failure to surrender the right-of-way. About half of crashes that result in injuries are caused by these two causes. 218 of the 969 fatal crashes were caused by driving too fast, while 91, or around 32 percent, were caused by failing to yield.

It is common to experience fear and loneliness immediately after an automobile accident. It may be challenging to make wise decisions and adapt to your new situation, particularly during the course of personal injury litigation. Thankfully, you are not required to represent yourself in court. You could need legal representation throughout your recovery, and we have a capable legal team ready to assist you.

Monge & Associates aids those who have been hurt by careless drivers by protecting their legal rights. Our legal team is dedicated to defending the rights of victims and assisting them in obtaining the funds necessary to support the medical treatment they need to recover.

It is our duty to see to it that your claim receives the consideration it merits from the insurance provider acting on behalf of the negligent party. Our attorneys have helped car accident victims in the past get millions of dollars in damages for their injuries.

If you or a loved one has been hurt in a collision brought on by the negligence of another motorist, call the toll-free number 888-688-1924 to talk with a Cowpens car accident lawyer. Remember that our team will exhaust all legal options to ensure you get the compensation you are entitled to for your personal injury claim.

Note: Our writers used secondary sources when creating this accident news post. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this accident, therefore, if there is any information that is incorrect, contact Monge & Associates immediately. We will correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available. We will remove a post if requested. 

Disclaimer: This post is not a solicitation for business. None of the information in this post is intended to be medical or legal advice. The photo used in this post was not taken at the accident scene described in this post.