Most Dangerous Intersections in Broward County
Living in Broward has it’s benefits. Welcoming neighborhoods, fantastic school districts, as well as an abundance of space…or so it would seem. With hundreds of thousands making an attempt to avoid living in the downtown metropolitan area, we have seen an hike in the number of people occupying space on the roads.
This limiting of space on our roads has aided in giving Broward county the award for the county with the second highest amount of car crashes reported in the state of Florida. The Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles reported Broward County had 38,409 crashes in 2015.
While accidents can occur in any place where cars exist, it is a fact that some areas pose more danger than others. Listed below are a few intersections where being alert can prevent a headache:
- Sunrise Blvd. and Andrews Ave.
- Pines Blvd. and South Flamingo Rd.
- A1A and Las Olas Blvd.
- West Oakland Park Blvd. and NW 50th Ave.
- S. 27 and Griffin Rd.
- Atlantic Blvd. and U.S. 1
- NE 26th St. and Federal Hwy.
These are just a few of our local intersections where extra attention is required, but many more exist. As a driver on the roads in Florida, please be fully aware of your surroundings every time you operate a motor vehicle.
If you have been hurt in an accident in Broward County, please contact our experienced law firm to schedule a consultation.