Nowadays, the number of road accidents in Iran is on the increase. Therefore, the financial loss by such accidents which are imposed on households and the government is very high. Since the financial, psychological, and social harms are sometimes irreparable, it is required to think of effective solutions. This study was applied and quantitative in terms of objective with a survey approach to validate the identification and control model of factors affecting strategic crisis management in road accidents. Data collection was conducted using a 50-item questionnaire based on the model developed by the researchers and a survey of 100 employees of the General Directorate of Roads in Kerman province. The results indicated that causal factors affect the main category at 0.705, the main category affects strategies at 0.379, intervening factors affect strategies at 0.129, underlying factors affect strategies at 0.457 and finally, strategies affect consequences at 0.849 all with a 95% confidence level.