If a Reckless Driver Hit Your Car, Contact Us Today

If you are a victim of reckless driving, contact our car accident attorneys today. We can help you file your claim and get compensated today!

Being reckless while operating a motor vehicle is a leading cause of accidents on the road each day. When a driver shows a disregard for reasonable care when driving he or she puts others at risk unnecessarily. Reckless driving can take on many forms such as tailgating, driving drunk, speeding, changing lanes without looking, not paying attention, operating an unsafe vehicle, swerving in and out of traffic, running a red light, etc. Even if you are going the speed limit but the conditions are not safe, such as fog or ice, you can be liable for reckless driving. We have all seen the unsafe driver who follows to close and speeds and changes lanes unsafely. Some drivers get caught up in being late to an appointment or impatient and drive recklessly with total disregard of other driver’s safety. Unfortunately some drivers don’t realize the bigger consequence of causing an accident and harm to others. If you have been in an accident that was caused by a reckless driver and have suffered injuries you should consult an attorney and discuss your claim to see if you are being compensated adequately for your losses.

Contact us today to get the best possible legal advice and help for your case. As car accident Attorneys, we fight for your rights to the full extent of the law. We know how stressful being involved in an accident is and it is our mission to get the best possible settlement and outcome for you. Let us help take the worry off of your shoulders and allow you to move on in the best way possible under your circumstances.

If you’ve been injured in a car accident due to driver Negligence, contact us today. We can help you get compensated ASAP!

Are You A Victim of Driver Negligence?

If you’ve been injured in a car accident due to driver Negligence, contact us today. We can help you get compensated ASAP!

Negligence is often the basis for most car accidents. The law requires that drivers act with reasonable care when operating a vehicle. A driver must not behave carelessly, thoughtlessly or in a reckless manner causing harm to others. In proving whether a person involved in an accident was negligent or not, the law compares the drivers behavior with the behavior expected of a reasonable person. In other words how should a reasonable person act under the same circumstance as the driver that is in question of being negligent. Negligence can be shown in many ways such as following a car too close, speeding, texting and cell phone use while driving, not watching for pedestrians, etc. If for instance a pedestrian runs out in front of your car and a reasonable driver could not have stopped in time then this would not be negligence provided the driver was not speeding.

If you are a victim of driver negligence, contact our car accident attorneys today. We can help you file your claim and get compensated today!

Tis the Season, to be Conscious!

According to the U.S. Government, “During the holidays, alcohol-related car accidents claim more lives than at any other time of the year.” The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) has documented that 40% of automobile-related fatalities during Christmas and New Year’s involve intoxicated individuals, which is a 12% increase from the rest of the month of December. The NIAAA is advising people to be alert at how quickly alcohol takes effect on the human body and to pace ones-self during a night out that involves driving afterwards. They summarized by stating that if you do have to drive after a night of drinking to try to make sure to not have more than one alcoholic beverage per hour and try to have a non-alcoholic drink in between each alcoholic one and to take into regards the atrocious effects of a deadly accident. Continue reading

Person Texting While Driving Hit You?

This is one of the worst things to ever happen to highway safety. Texting while driving is worse than using a cell phone obviously because the driver is constantly looking back and forth between their typing a message and looking at the road. It is a major cause of accidents because you only have to take your eyes off the road for one second for something unexpected to happen on the road and for you to lose your reaction time that you would have had if you were paying attention. Accidents often happen when you don’t have enough reaction time to avoid them and distractions for even a second are enough for you to lose the reaction time you need to avoid and accident. Not paying attention by texting while driving is negligence and could result in a serious accident with major consequences.

If you have been involved in an auto accident, contact us today to get the best possible legal advice and help for your case. As car accident Attorneys, we fight for your rights to the full extent of the law. We know how stressful being involved in an accident is and it is our mission to get the best possible settlement and outcome for you. Let us help take the worry off of your shoulders and allow you to move on in the best way possible.

Types of Moving Vehicle Accidents We Fight For/Against

Were you or someone you know hurt in an moving vehicle accident?  You may be entitled to compensation for your injury.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s 2009 study, over 5,500,000 traffic accidents happen annually across the United States.  Of these, over 1,500,000 result in either serious injury or death.  That means that every day over 42,000 people are involved in catastrophic and sometimes life changing events that leave them hurt, helpless and hopeless.  We know how to put your life back together and get you the compensation you deserve.

If you were injured in any of the following vehicle accidents: Continue reading