How Can Seniors Avoid Becoming Pedestrian Accident Victims?

How Seniors Can Avoid Becoming Pedestrian Accident Victims

People age 65+ account for nearly 20% of all pedestrian fatalities. Learn how to stay safe as an older pedestrian from distracted drivers. According to NHTSA data, one pedestrian dies as a victim of a car accident every 1.5 hours (2016). Further, 2012 data reveals seniors account for a whopping 19.7% of all such fatalities. …

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African-American Kids Ages 4-7 Account for 47% of Pedestrian Fatalities

African-American Children 4-7 Account for a Massive 47% of Pedestrian Fatalities

Why do racial minorities’ children, including African-Americans, account for a disproportionately larger share of pedestrian fatalities? A study published at the National Institute of Mental Health found that in the 4-7 age group, 47% of all car-pedestrian fatalities happened to African-American children. They also accounted for 37% of pedestrian fatalities in the 8-15 year-old group. …

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Tristen Sharp Wins 2017 Regis L. Mullen $2,500 Accident & Injury Scholarship

Tristen Sharp 2017 Scholarship Winner

Inspirational Teen, Tristen Sharp, Wins 2017 Regis L. Mullen $2,500 Accident Injury Scholarship Mt. Vernon, Illinois teen Tristen Sharp suffered life-changing injuries after being struck by a negligent driver. But she’s not letting that stop her from succeeding in life. And now, she’s headed to college to pursue her dreams. Dallas, TX April 6, 2017 …

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