When you or a loved are involved in a car accident in Arizona and Texas, it is crucial to take immediate action. It is normal to feel helpless or fearful of what may come after your auto accident injury. It is in your best interest to seek the advice and guidance from a car accident lawyer.
Accidents such as multiple car collisions, truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents take place every single day. Pedestrians, car drivers, bicyclists, and motorcycle drivers all face the perils of the road. There are numerous reasons auto accidents and car collisions occur. Each cause will vary depending on the severity of the accident. Regardless, all accidents will have an impact in the life of the injured party as well as his or her family.
The car accident lawyers from Witson Law have helped clients who have been injured in car accidents that involved the following:
While it is true that auto accidents have numerous causes, the most common cause for car crashes and collisions continues to be driver negligence. It is the duty of all drivers and motorists throughout Arizona and Texas to exercise caution when operating any motor vehicle, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, mopeds, scooters, commercial vehicles, and trailers. A lack of attention and failure to conduct the safe operation of a vehicle will often lead to serious injury.
Although driver negligence is the primary cause of auto accidents, many times drivers are subject to injury without being at fault. Even the safest of drivers are not exempt from the dangers and potential harms that may result from a reckless driver. This can quickly escalate into a major concern if the driver who struck you is uninsured or underinsured.
A personal injury attorney will assist you throughout the entire process of filing your accident claim. You may be entitled to compensation even if you were uninsured at the time of your auto accident. This can also apply if the guilty party was uninsured or underinsured. Furthermore, Arizona and Texas’s law of comparative fault can protect you by allocating damages based of an individual party’s percentage of fault.