Then end of Daylight Saving Time has an obvious benefit for most people—an extra hour of sleep. But when we fall back an hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 4, it’s important to be aware of the risks that come with an extra hour of darkness. Statistics show an increased risk of car accidents in the days leading up to and following the end of Daylight Saving Time.
So, what’s to blame for the increase? We’ve created an infographic to help you understand the risks.
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At Parrish DeVaughn Injury Lawyers, we know that creating safer communities often means being on the lookout for certain hazards. We also know that not all accidents can be prevented. Even the safest drivers can sometimes be the victim of someone else’s negligence. If you were injured in a crash that wasn’t your fault, we’re here to help. Our consultations are free, and you won’t pay us anything unless you win. Contact us 24/7 to get started.