Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 17, 2011
The latest Texas Transportation Institute study has ranked Los Angeles Harbor Freeway the number one congested highway in the country. Coming in at a close second is Interstate 10 connection with the 110 Harbor Freeway. Vehicle accident attorney, Michael P. Ehline, found the study shows that the area in Los Angeles that is the most congested and most dangerous for drivers on the Harbor Freeway, is in the area near the Dodger Stadium. He stated that on Interstate 10 there is a 6 ½ mile area in the vicinity of the highway that is the most dangerous in the vicinity of the Staples Center. There is a 13.1 mile stretch of the 405 Freeway that was rated third on the list in the vicinity of the 105, according to the Texas study.
Freeway and Getty Center Drive. The northbound lanes of the 110 Freeway from 111th Place and the 10 Freeway is on the list, of the study conducted by the Texas Transportation Institute.
San Francisco is another city in Southern California that is included in the list of the top 40 spots in the study and targets Interstate 80 at the Bay Bridge as being the most congested roadway, says personal injury attorney Los Angeles, Mike Ehline.
Ehline relates that this study, places 17 of the most congested roadways out of 40 in Los Angeles, California and attorney Michael P. Ehline, of Ehline Law Firm, PC knows that the congested roadways that have been rated the worst in the United States lead to serious collisions even though they might involve slower speeds. The stop and go can actually lead to more accidents than in a fluid, free flowing traffic situation.
These automobile collisions can still lead to injuries and while there is no way to avoid these freeways and highways in Los Angeles, Northern and Southern California, after being involved in a collision, it is advisable to have the representation of an experienced car accident attorney to protect your legal rights such as the hard core lawyers at Ehline Law FIrm PC of 201 Wilshire Blvd., #2 Santa Monica, CA 90401, or call at 310-376-8488.