Kane County is located in the northern part of Illinois. Nearby counties include McHenry County (to the north), Kendall County (to the south), Will County (to the southeast), Cook County (to the east), DuPage County (to the east), and DeKalb County (to the south). According to Wikipedia, it has a total area of 524.2 square miles.
Kane County Cities and Towns
Kane County contains a variety of cities and towns, including (in full or in part) Algonquin, Aurora, Batavia, Barrington Hills, Burlington, Carpentersville, Elgin, Geneva, Hampshire, Kaneville, North Aurora, South Elgin, Sugar Grove, and West Dundee.
Kane County Roadways and Traffic
Kane County has a variety of major expressways, highways and roads that carry heavy traffic. Some of these include Interstate 88 (I-88), Interstate 90 (I-90), U.S. Highway 20, U.S. Highway 30, Illinois Route 31, Illinois Route 47, Illinois Route 64, and Illinois Route 72. Major roads are numerous, and include Randall Road, Keslinger Road, Burr Road, Meredith Road, and McDonald Road.
Kane County Crashes And Vehicle Accident Injuries
Of course, given these roadways and the associated traffic, substantial numbers of traffic accidents do occur.
According to the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), in year 2012 Kane County had the 5th most crashes of any Illinois county. There were 8,963 crashes in Kane County, and 22 of these crashes were fatal crashes. 2381of these 8963 crashes involved injuries.
This Kane County Personal Injury Lawyer Blog site summarizes a variety of car accidents and vehicle accidents that occur in Kane County. As well, it highlights and features other issues relevant to traffic safety, vehicle injuries, and lawsuits involving Kane County accidents.