Cause of Car Accidents

There are many causes of car accidents.

Among the more common:

Distracted drivers, including drivers who are talking on the phone or texting, fiddling with music, looking at the scenery, or paying attention to passengers.

Drowsy drivers, including those who have been behind the wheel for more than two hours, those who are driving late at night or after a heavy meal, and those who have taken medicines that may cause drowsiness.

Impaired drivers, even if the driver isn’t over the legal blood-alcohol limit.

Speeding in a Car

Driving aggressively, including tailgating, failing to yield the right of way, yelling or making rude gestures at other drivers, ignoring traffic signals, and changing lanes frequently.

Car Accident Victim

Victims in an automobile accident may include the car’s driver, passengers, by-standers, and even the spouse of an injured person.

One of the major concerns most people have when considering hiring a car accident lawyer is the potential cost of representation.

FAQs

1. Do I have to pay up front?

2. Would I recover more money without an attorney?

We take the stress out of the legal process by working on contingency. There are absolutely no out-of-pocket costs for you, we only get paid if there is a settlement, and in that situation, we take a percentage of the settlement.

Insurance companies are likely to offer you less without an attorney representing you. We have recovered millions for our injured clients.

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