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Chesterfield Virginia’s Most Dangerous Intersections | Richmond VA car crash lawyer

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The statistics for 2009 car accidents in Chesterfield County were released last week and there is an analysis of some of the most dangerous intersections in the county.

I expect that there will be some adjustment to these intersections to try and lower the amount of traffic accidents there. Look for new traffic patterns and stop light timing to be adjusted.

In the meantime, be extra careful as you drive through these intersections and try not to add another wreck to the list.

In total, 23 fatal crashes occurred last year in which 24 people died. Four of these fatal wrecks involved alcohol. Three pedestrians died in crashes in 2009.

2009’s most dangerous intersections

  • 1. Jefferson Davis Highway & West Hundred Road 61 crashes
  • 2. Hull Street Road & Courthouse Road 42 crashes
  • 3. Midlothian Turnpike & Woolridge Road 40 crashes
  • 4. Midlothian Turnpike & Pinetta Drive 37 crashes
  • 5. Midlothian Turnpike & Providence Road 37 crashes
  • 6. Midlothian Turnpike & Courthouse Road 37 crashes
  • 7. Hull Street Road & Brad McNeer Parkway 32 crashes
  • 8. Hull Street Road & Woodlake Village Parkway 31 crashes
  • 9. Hundred Road & Old Stage Road 31 crashes
  • 10. Midlothian Turnpike & Johnston-Willis Drive 31 crashes
  • 11. Midlothian Turnpike & Moorefield Park Drive  31 crashes

If you have been in an accident in Chesterfield or the great Richmond metro area, you need to read Accident In jury Book: Hidden Inside Secrets Big Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know About Your Injury Claim.

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