North Miami Blind Spots
In most cases, the blind spot or no zone will be towards the rear end of a car, on both sides. Trucks, SUVs, and other larger vehicles have larger blind spots, ones that run along both sides of the vehicle as well as behind the vehicle. When vehicles drive alongside a car or truck in these no zones, car accidents in North Miami can easily occur if a driver changes lanes or tries to make a turn without checking behind them. Unfortunately, these accidents are all too common, even though they are highly preventable.
The attorneys at Flaxman Law Group have worked with thousands of car accident survivors and personal injury plaintiffs on cases involving blind spot accidents and other types of collisions and injuries. If you would like a free consultation to get legal advice about your situation, you can always contact Flaxman Law Group to arrange your no-cost appointment.Blind Spots Lead To Catastrophic Personal Injury In North Miami And Other Florida Communities
Blind spot accidents can lead to many types of serious injuries, including:
- Crushing injuries
- Head trauma and brain injuries
- Internal organ injuries
- Broken bones, crushed bones, and fractures
- Whiplash and soft tissue injuries
- Lacerations and scarring
- Facial injuries
Of course, these types of injuries will not only cause severe distress and pain, but can also change virtually every area of your life. A serious head injury or spinal cord injury, for example, can prevent you from returning to work and everyday activities. Moreover, the injuries that you may sustain in a blind spot traffic accident can be extremely expensive to treat. You may need months or years of treatment, physical therapy, surgeries, and more. You may need to pay for taxicabs to get to and from doctors’ appointments. In addition, if you have been permanently injured you may experience lifelong costs. For example, amputation patients need to update their prosthetics every few years, often at substantial cost. Pursuing compensation now is important to protect yourself financially.Why Are Blind Spot Car Accidents So Devastating?
Blind spot accidents tend to be severe because in many cases they involve a larger vehicle and a much smaller vehicle. These types of accidents occur when a negligent driver fails to carefully check their blind spots before backing up, changing lanes, or making another maneuver. When these types of accidents involve a tractor-trailer and a smaller passenger car for example, the results tend to be devastating and the smaller car can be crushed or severely damaged in the process. When these types of accidents involve a passenger car and a motorcyclist or bicyclist, the motorcyclist or bicyclist is likely to suffer fatal or life-threatening injuries.
At Flaxman Law Group, there is no charge for an initial consultation. There is also no obligation and no pressure. Your initial consultation is your chance to tell the events of your accident and to get an attorney's honest appraisal of your situation. It is your chance to ask questions and to find out whether you have a case and how much that case may be worth. Contact Flaxman Law Group today for your free appointment.