Lawyers to fend for for rights when Injured
Our law firm exclusively represents seriously injured accident victims who have a moral and legal right to recover economic damages. Our Texas lawyers aggressively represent clients who have been seriously injured in intersection accidents. If you or a loved one has been injured in an intersection accident or other serious accident, contact us today for a free consultation.
Many times, intersections are considered to be the most dangerous parts of the road. Vehicle drivers who make turns without signaling, cross traffic lanes, and do not come to a complete stop add to the increasing number of dangerous intersection accidents in Texas and the U.S. Needless to say, not all accidents that take place at an intersection are the drivers fault. In certain situations intersection accidents occur as the result of:
Damaged traffic signs
Defective road design
Improperly timed signals
Poorly placed signs
In 2003, 9,213 people died as the result of intersection related accidents in the United States, which equates to approximately one intersection-related fatality every hour. A recent study conducted by the Driving Institute of America stated that more than 40% of all auto accident related fatalities are the result of drivers driving through a stop sign, failing to yield the right of way, or ignoring a traffic light. These are all types of intersection accidents!
If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one as the result of an intersection accident, you need the advice of an experienced Nevada personal injury lawyer. Call our Personal Injury Lawyers today for your free consultation.
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