You’ll Date a Millionaire Before You’ll Have a Car Accident


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Plus 21 Other Obscure Things that are More Likely than Being Involved in a Collision In Charleston, car accidents are so common, it seems as if you pass one every time you commute. However, when you take into account how many miles Americans are traveling nowadays, it's more likely you'll be involved in an entirely different curious situation. For instance, esurance determined that the probability of you dating a millionaire (1 in 220) is greater than your chances of being involved in a collision on a 1,000-mile trip (1 in 366). Here are 21additionalthings that more probable than being involved a car accident. You're More Likely To…

  1. Get pulled over by a police officer. (1 in 11.5)
  2. Get a ticket if you're pulled over. (1 in 1.8)
  3. Draw an ace from a shuffled deck. (1 in 12)
  4. Have been arrested for something more serious than traffic violation if you're over age 23. (1 in 3)
  5. Be arrested while drunk driving. (1 in 200)
  6. Be pulled from the audience to compete on The Price is Right. (1 in 36)
  7. Be audited by the IRS. (1 in 175)
  8. Live in Texas if you're an American. (1 in 12.5)
  9. Meet your partner on a blind date. (1 in 34.5)
  10. Meet the requirements to join MENSA. (1 in 50)
  11. Die from a heart attack in any given year. (1 in 265)
  12. Die for any reason in any given year. (1 in 135)
  13. Believe that Bigfoot, The Loch Ness Monster, or similar creature will be discovered by science. (1 in 5.6)
  14. Shower less than once per week. (1 in 100)
  15. Keep a New Year's resolution. (1 in 8)
  16. Have a cat with diabetes. (1 in 250)
  17. Be misdiagnosed in an outpatient setting. (1 in 20)
  18. Have your home catch fire. (1 in 310)
  19. Land within the top 1% of American wage-earners at some point in your life. (1 in 9)
  20. Nail a spot on the New York Times Best Seller List. (1 in 220)
  21. Be a direct descendant of Genghis Khan if you're a man. (1 in 200)

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Ultimately, it really doesn't matter what the probability of being in a collision is, if you're unlucky enough to have one. The fact that you were 1 in 366 doesn't change the reality that you have medical bills, have to spend time away from work, and have damages to repair. If you weren't responsible for your collision, you may be entitled to compensation for all of these things, as well as for your pain and suffering. Although it won't undo the harm that was caused to you and your loved ones, it can make a big difference in your ability to move forward from it. Please contact us for a free consultation using ouronline form or speak directly to one of our attorneys now by calling 1(800)610-2546.

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