If you celebrated Labor Day with no accidents, congratulations – you’ve just made it through the “100 deadliest days” of the summer and the year. If you did suffer a car crash or another mishap, however, know that you are not alone. Car accidents spike on Labor day, and Lauri J. Goldstein & Associates is ready to help you through the aftermath.
Labor Day Car Accident Stats
The National Safety Council (NSC) tracks injuries and deaths over the Labor Day weekend, which lasts from Friday evening through midnight on the first Monday in September every year. This year, the organization estimated 327 to 462 deaths on U.S. roadways and 37,300 to 52,600 injures. Although we do not have the exact stats yet, the people who endured these injuries and losses are much more than statistics – and they are already dealing with the consequences of their crashes.
Unfortunately, many Labor Day accidents involve impaired driving. Drunk driving is never acceptable, but victims of these types of crashes may be able to recover compensation with the help of attorneys like ours.
Other Labor Day Accidents
Depending on your activities this Labor Day, you may have been in another kind of accident. Boating accidents, for example, are not uncommon, as many people spend the holiday with friends and family on the water. If you were not provided a life vest or had another accident caused by negligence, our firm may be able to help.
At Lauri J. Goldstein & Associates, we truly hope you have had a safe and relaxing holiday, especially with the ever-present fear of COVID-19. Still, if you or someone you love was unable to unwind in peace and safety, we can help hold the at-fault parties accountable.
Our attorneys work hard for the injured, and we use legal action to help make sure what happened to you does not happen to others.
Call us at (866) 675-4427 today for the justice you deserve or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.
We are available 24/7 and ready to fight for your rights.