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Auto accidents in Colorado and across the U.S. affect 25.81% of all the Subaru Crosstreks on the road today. The Crosstrek is involved in more at-fault crashes than any other newer vehicle according to Insurify. The auto insurance comparison site has even compiled a list of 10 cars that are involved in the most crashes; altogether, car crashes affect 13.64% of these vehicles.It may seem strange that the Crosstrek would be at the top of the list when the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety gave the 2019 Crosstrek the highest possible safety rating. This rating covers both crashworthiness and crash avoidance. It is true that many crashes lead only to minor injuries for the drivers of and passengers in Subaru Crosstreks. Crosstreks are also affordable and have great fuel economy, adding to their value.The other vehicles on the list are as follows: the Honda HR-V, Hyundai Elantra GT, Infiniti Q50, Subaru WRX, Mazda3, Acura ILX, Lexus CT, Chevrolet Trax and Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. Subaru’s second vehicle on the list, the WRX, is known as the car that gets pulled over the most for speeding offenses. The Chevrolet Trax is the only American car on the list. Of the imports, seven hail from Japan, and two are from Korea.Whatever a car’s make or model, it is, to a large extent, safe only insofar as the driver is safe. If negligent driving is to blame for a car crash, those who were injured without playing a part in the crash may consider a case under personal injury law. In Colorado, one can recover damages even when partially at fault although the final amount will be lessened in proportion to that degree of fault. Victims may want legal assistance.