Coral Springs Failure to Yield Accidents
There many situations in which a driver is required to yield to other drivers and people using the road. For example, when an emergency vehicle is using their lights and sirens, drivers are expected not only to yield right-of-way but also to move completely out of the way to allow the emergency vehicle to pass. When pulling out of a driveway, parking spot, or parking lot, drivers are expected to yield right-of-way to traffic already on the road. Understanding right-of-way rules is very important and can help prevent serious traffic accidents.
If you have been involved in a traffic accident in Coral Springs or your community caused by someone who ignored these rules, you may have a claim against all liable parties. You may be able to file a Florida personal injury lawsuit in order to hold the at-fault driver responsible in order to get fair compensation that can help pay for lost wages, medical bills, and more. To find out more, contact the personal injury attorneys at Flaxman Law Group today. The attorneys of Flaxman Law Group have more than six decades of combined trial experience and would be willing to meet with you in a free, no obligation case assessment.Do You Have a Personal Injury Claim in Coral Springs or Your Community?
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a traffic accident in Florida, you may be entitled to significant compensation under Florida law. If your injuries were caused by someone’s negligence – such as someone failing to yield right of way – and you can prove that, you may be able to secure compensation for your medical costs, property damages, car repairs, pain and suffering, income loss, and more.
However, keep in mind that you only have a limited amount of time under the statute of limitations in Florida in order to file a claim. Not filing a claim in time can also result in the destruction or loss of important evidence, such as witness testimony and other physical evidence in your case. For this reason, if you suspect that you have a legal claim, it is important to consult with a personal injury attorney immediately.
A personal injury attorney can act quickly to preserve evidence in your case, gather witness testimony, and help you understand your rights so that you don't end up signing away some of your ability to pursue fair compensation. A good personal injury attorney can also pursue compensation on your behalf, so that you can focus on the healing process rather than on the legal or insurance process.
If you have been in a motor vehicle accident or traffic collision, contact Flaxman Law Group as soon as possible. Our attorneys are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week through our toll free number at 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) or through our website. Our attorneys have more than six decades of experience and would be happy to help you explore your legal options in a free, no obligation and no pressure case consultation.