2017 Los Angeles Traffic Accident Study

Over the course of the first six months of 2017 we are going to be completing a traffic accident student for the City of Los Angeles and the surrounding area. Our study will determine the three main causes of vehicular accidents in Southern California. We are going to work with local car accident lawyer Hussein Chahine of the SoCal Injury Lawyers as well as two unnamed private investigators. We will also use the services of an accident reconstructionist when necessary.

While most people think traffic accidents are caused by distracted driving there are often other, more obscure, reasons for car accidents in Los Angeles. Something as small as a spark plug being loose or the road being slippery could cause a major pileup.

For each of the six months we are going to hold monthly meetings discussing current and past car accidents. This data will be acquired through local news outlets as well as the accident data center. We also have access to one of the top online discussion boards when it comes to Los Angeles car accidents and traffic updates. This data will not be used as a primary resource but will be used to validate some of the data we retrieve from other places.

While fake news is all over the Internet these days, we are going to go into great detail making certain these accidents are valid. This is not difficult to do as there are a number of ways to confirm a vehicular accident has happened in the state of California.

As this study broadens we will continue to update this resource along with other resources on this page and the SoCal Injury Lawyer’s website. If you would like to help fund this study please go to our Patreon page and donate. All donations will be used to retain professionals and acquire data. All donations can also be used as tax deductions for the 2017 tax year.

If you have any questions about this study do not hesitate to comment below anonymously. We will reach out to you and help you get the answer to your question. We look forward to providing some great data which will help Los Angeles drivers avoid car accidents and hopefully reduce traffic.

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