Causes for Car Accidents
There are many causes for auto accidents, some are avoidable and some are not. If you are involved in an accident and it isn’t your fault, how do you prove the cause? Each accident is unique and it takes a trained professional to evaluate the scene to find fault.
Accidents Caused by Driver Negligence
Some accidents are caused by direct negligence of the other driver, such as DUIs, texting and driving, failure to yield to stop signs or other traffic signals. Proving fault in these types of accidents is not always as easy as it seems.
There are many factors involved and making sure you protect the evidence at the scene is crucial. Check out some of our information on what to do at the scene of an accident to preserve your chances of getting a fair compensation for your injuries and damages to your property.
Accidents Caused by Other Factors
As simple as finding fault for an accident may seem, it really isn’t. Things get even more complicated if the accident was caused by a defect on an automobile such as defective tires, brake failure, and even airbag deployments at the wrong time.
Another common cause for car accidents is improper care taken by construction crews for the roadway. Often overlooked causes of accidents can be oil spills, cracked pavement, improper placement of road barriers and so much more. Construction zone accidents are more common than you think.
Get Experience on Your Side
If you are involved in any auto accident as either a passenger or a driver, you want to make sure you know what to do to protect your chances at compensation. Going up against car manufacturers, tire manufacturers and even highway maintenance departments won’t be an easy task. You want to make sure you have experience on your side by hiring the Accident Lawyers of Wolf and Pravato. They have handled numerous cases and have all the knowledge necessary to hold the right parties accountable.
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