Pembroke Pines Failure to Yield Accidents
In 2010 alone, Florida saw close to 28,000 failure to yield to traffic accidents, according to a report by the Florida Department of Highway Safety And Motor Vehicles. In addition to the loss of life these car crashes cause, 20,000 of these accidents resulted in injuries. Have you been injured in an accident because another motorist failed to yield correctly? If so, you may have the right to seek compensation through an insurance claim or through a personal injury claim in Pembroke Pines or your community.
To review your legal options and to pursue fair compensation for you and your family, do not hesitate to contact Flaxman Law Group. Flaxman Law Group is a full-service law firm located in South Florida and our attorneys have more than six decades of experience helping plaintiffs like you secure compensation for their injuries. Your initial consultation with us is free of charge and comes with no pressure and no obligation.What Can I seek Damages for After a Failure To Yield Car Crash in Pembroke Pines or My Community?
If you have been in a right of way accident, you may be able to recover for:
- Lost wages
- Medical expenses
- Surgical costs
- Rehabilitation, therapy, and other medical services
- Pain and suffering
- Future expected medical costs
- Future expected lost income
- Medical devices
- Property damage
- Any incidental costs related to your injury
Failure to yield accidents can be quite technical and they can be difficult to fight. In many car accident cases in Pembroke Pines and Florida, the at-fault driver is the driver who has struck another vehicle. Failure to yield accidents are unique in that the person who had right-of-way is sometimes the person who ends up hitting the at-fault driver who failed to yield. This can mean that the at-fault driver accuses the injured driver of causing the accident.
To get answers in right of way crashes, a very thorough investigation is required. To launch a strong legal case or to negotiate with insurance carriers, it is often important to consult with a personal injury attorney who can build a strong case. In many cases, expert testimony is required from engineers, medical experts, accident reconstruction experts, and other professionals. A qualified personal injury attorney has access to these types of resources and can build a strong case on behalf of the plaintiff.Do You Need to Speak to an Attorney?
Flaxman Law Group strives to provide the highest quality, personalized legal service. Our aim is to make clients feel comfortable and to provide them with a high standard of legal care and the professionalism that they deserve. Our team of paralegals and attorneys work hard to build strong cases and to provide thorough legal advice to our clients. Our full-service law firm works with a team of professionals to build strong cases and to aggressively pursue compensation for those who qualify. If you would like to know whether you have a legal claim, arrange a free case review with Flaxman Law Group today to discuss your situation.