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The Route Risk Calculator

All of us at Patterson Law Group are excited to announce one of the latest safety tools that will hopefully help to decrease the likelihood of our family, friends, clients and their loved ones being involved in a car accident along Texas’ roadways - our Route Risk Calculator!

The possibilities within this technological advancement are truly endless for all Texans to better understand the risks they’re taking when getting behind the wheel along certain roads, and we’re eager to see how the Route Risk Calculator will help parents, business owners and potential homebuyers in better understanding what roads are better to be utilized than others!

On this page you’ll be able to use the Route Risk Calculator to help ensure that all of your daily commutes are taking you along the safest path from Point A to Point B, and we’ll also answer some common questions you might have so you can be better acquainted with how this page works!

How do you use the Route Risk Calculator?

We’ve tried to make the Route Risk Calculator as easy to use as possible, so all you’ll need to do is insert the addresses of your starting and end points anywhere throughout the State of Texas and the calculator will determine the safety grades of the most relevant routes along the commute.

How does the Route Risk Calculator determine the safety grades of each roadway?

The Route Risk Calculator is essentially an elaborate grid of the State of Texas, and each grid square is given a score based upon an assortment of roadway statistics, primarily the car accident statistics within the last year.

So, when you plug in starting and ending points within the Route Risk Calculator, the tool will automatically decipher each square’s safety score and then average all of the scores of each square along the route together in order to instantly provide you with a route grade.

The grading scale goes from A-F, with A equaling the safest caliber of roadway route and F being the least safe.

Who will benefit from the Route Risk Calculator?

All Texas commuters will benefit greatly from utilizing the Route Risk Calculator, because now people all throughout the state will have the opportunity to gauge the safety of their commutes before getting behind the wheel.

Texans are known to do long commutes to and from work and/or school, and making the state’s roadways safer is truly an endless initiative. But when you can look up a route’s safety prior to undertaking it, it will undoubtedly help you and your loved ones know that you’re avoiding roads that are historically more dangerous than others.

The Route Risk Calculator truly is an all-encompassing safety technology that will help Texans everywhere have the freedom to choose safer commutes and keep themselves and their loved ones as safe as possible!

Feel free to contact us for more information

We’ve helped countless accident victims throughout our firm’s history, so we know just how dangerous it can be for commuters all throughout the state. With the help of our Route Risk Calculator, we aim to support the overall safety of Texas’ drivers and decrease the rate of auto accidents and all subsequent injuries.

If you have any questions about our Route Risk Calculator or how we can support you or your loved one within a personal injury case, reach out to us for a free consultation so we can help determine your best course for legal action!

Disclaimer: This website is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not legal advice. Also, we cannot and do not guarantee the safety of any route (suggested or otherwise). The algorithm is based strictly on past results and is not to be construed as a prediction of future results or outcomes. Do not rely on it. We will not be held responsible for any damages incurred on any routes displayed herein (suggested or otherwise). You agree to assume all such risks. These routes are for planning and informational purposes only. Current conditions may exist (such as weather, construction, or traffic) that alter routes. Thank you.


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