Atlanta’s I-285 Ranked As Deadliest Interstate In The Country
A recently released analysis of 2013 accident statistics ranked Atlanta’s I-285 as the deadliest interstate in the country. I-285, frequently referred to as the “Perimeter” by Atlanta residents, consists of nearly 64 miles of highway that pass through Fulton, Cobb, DeKalb, and Clayton counties. Nearly 2 million people use this roadway each day! Given the large volume of traffic, it is not surprising that I-285 is a frequent source of car accidents. In 2013, there were 26 fatal accidents on I-285 resulting in 29 deaths. Based on those numbers, I-285 had more fatal accidents per mile than any other interstate in the United States.
As Atlanta car accident attorneys, our firm frequently represents clients who have been injured on Atlanta’s roadways, including I-285. If you have been involved in a car accident, it is important that you speak to an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Call us for a free consultation about your case. You can also download and read our free Georgia Car Accident Guide to learn more about what you should do, and not do, following a car accident.
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