Charleston's Most Dangerous Intersection

When looking at accidents across different parts of South Carolina, some areas see many more crashes than others.

In Charleston, South Carolina, ask locals where the most dangerous intersection is and many will quickly respond with Ashley Phosphate Road and Interstate 26.

According to an article from The Post and Courier, between 2011 and 2015, the intersection of those two highways produced more accidents than any other area in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties. On average, an accident occurred on one out of every three days.

Reasons for many of the crashes include high congestion, impatience, and distracted driving. Although more troopers are patrolling the area, officials say drivers need to assess their driving behaviors and become less distracted, more aware, and more patient.

Accidents in this area are happening too often but if you are seriously injured by the recklessness of another driver, call Charleston Auto Accident Attorney Dirk Derrick of The Derrick Law Firm for your free consultation. 843-248-7486.

Attorney Derrick has over 29 years experience in personal injury and auto accidents and will work to get you the benefits you need.

The Derrick Law Firm has locations in Charleston, North Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, and Conway, South Carolina.

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