Speeding Means Gong Too Fast for the Conditions
In most states, it is illegal to drive faster than what is reasonable and safe at any given moment. This means that a semi-truck traveling at the speed limit of 55 mph when road conditions are bad could be considered to be speeding. Every driver is responsible for becoming and remaining aware of the actual and potential hazards, including weather and road conditions, and using due care in operating a vehicle. If you are involved in an accident where the other driver was speeding or driving recklessly, you likely can hold that driver accountable.
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Hit By a Speeding Driver
Drivers traveling too fast can cause serious injuries.
If you or a family member has been involved in a high speed car crash, you know how serious the resulting injuries can be. It is important that the crash victim get the medical attention they need as quickly as possible after an accident. Often, the costs for treating accident injuries can be significant. High speed accidents can cause brain damage, broken bones, organ damage, and many other serious injuries.
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Killed by a Speeding Car
Our lawyers hold drivers accountable and get clients the answers they need when tragedy strikes.
When someone dies in a car accident, filing a wrongful death lawsuit is often the only way to hold the person responsible for the crash accountable. Our lawyers know how challenging the weeks and months after a crash are. When our lawyers help a client after the death of a loved one, they make sure to answer any questions their clients might have and make sure that the clients feel comfortable with the legal steps our lawyers take.
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