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Wisconsin’s November traffic fatalities fourth lowest since WWII

The Wisconsin State Patrol reported that 48 people died in vehicular accidents in the state in November 2014, five fewer compared to the data in November 2013, making this November the fourth lowest total for the month since World War II, reported on December 4.

This death toll is equivalent to the five-year average for the month.

The November which was deemed the safest since World War II was the one in 2012 when 36 people lost their lives on state roads. Conversely, the year that had the most fatalities was in 1973 when 110 people were killed.

Vehicular traffic accident fatalities for the year totaled 455 people, which included 67 motorcycle drivers, 35 pedestrians, seven motorcycle passengers, and four bicyclists.

Many roadside accidents involve motorcyclists, and the damages from these accidents can be severe. If you had been injured in a motorcycle accident in Wisconsin due to the negligent actions of other people, the attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. may help you pursue financial compensation from those responsible. Call our offices at 800-242-2874 today to learn more.