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By knowing the latest Dayton and Montgomery County car accident statistics, you can better understand the top causes of auto accidents in the area and how often they occur. This can be an essential part of recovering compensation for your various damages.
At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, we’ve compiled the most recent car accident data available for Dayton and Montgomery County as of May 30, 2023. This info was obtained through the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) OSTATS Dashboard.
Here is a breakdown of car accidents by month that occurred across Dayton and Montgomery County:
In 2023, there were 4,235 Total Vehicle Accidents in Montgomery County so far.
Car accidents can be terrifying for all involved. However, not every car accident ends in fatalities or catastrophic injuries. Of the 4,235 car accidents in the area:
If you or someone you love has suffered injuries in these collisions, you may benefit from the legal guidance and support offered at KNR.
Most car accidents are caused by negligent or unsafe driving. However, here are the most common causes of car accidents in Montgomery County and Dayton as of May 30, 2023:
When officers respond to an accident scene, they may only document the primary cause of the accident, even though unsafe or negligent driving is the underlying cause. For example, a motorist may have been driving over the speed limit because they were under the influence or driving aggressively.
The best way to find out what caused your collision and who is at fault is to contact a dedicated and local personal injury attorney.
A car accident can happen to anyone at any time, but there are certain times when you’re statistically more likely to be involved in a collision. Weather and road conditions can further influence accidents, but they provide some insight into why and when car crashes occur.
The highways in and around Dayton and Montgomery County are some of the most congested in the region. Many of the car accidents in Montgomery County that occurred so far this year happened on the following interstates:
Whether your Dayton car crash happened along State Road – 201 or IR – 75, you likely have many unanswered questions regarding the claims process and what to expect. Here are some of our top resources for car accident injury victims in Montgomery County:
No one is ever prepared for the trauma of an injury-causing car accident. If you or someone you love is suffering after a Dayton- area car accident, do not hesitate to contact Kisling, Nestico & Redick for help.
Our personal injury law firm in Dayton, OH will review the details and help explore your legal options for compensation. With multiple locations across Ohio, we proudly serve the Montgomery County area and offer 100% free and no-obligation case evaluations. Call (937) 427-4048 to schedule your consultation today.