48.7 Million Expected to Travel for Thanksgiving

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thanksgiving AAA estimates that 48.7 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more for their Thanksgiving celebrations this year. The 2016 Thanksgiving travel forecast represents a 1.9% increase from last year and could make November 23rd – November 27th the busiest, travel-wise, since 2007. If you plan on taking to the road during this time, please be sure to exercise caution by:

89% of this year’s Thanksgiving traffic will be vehicular. AAA estimates 43.5 million Americans will use a personal vehicle exclusively to get to their destinations. With this increase in traffic comes an increased risk for serious or fatal injury, making the care you take while driving all the more important.

You can help avoid causing a car accident this Thanksgiving weekend by driving intelligently. You cannot make others do the same. If you are injured by a negligent or careless driver over the holiday weekend, Boulder car accident lawyer Christopher Jeffress is here to take your case, fight for your rights, and help you secure every penny you are due.

Thanksgiving should be a time of celebration with family and friends. When a careless motorist takes that celebration away from you, you are entitled to hold him or her accountable and seek compensation well beyond the initial offers made by insurance companies. Our Boulder personal injury attorney is set to do just that. Call us at 303.993.8685 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation and learn more.


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