Common Causes of Car Accidents
Car Accident Lawyer
Car accidents have a number of causes, related to driver conduct, road conditions, weather
and the vehicle or vehicles themselves. Due to our extensive experience
in the field of
auto accidents nationwide, our firm understands the various causes of these collisions
and how the cause will affect an injured party's
insurance claim or lawsuit. If you were injured in a car accident in the Houston area,
an attorney at our offices can offer you a free and confidential consultation
to discuss the incident and how we can help you. Please, call us today
to see how a skilled professional can assist you in seeking justice and
fair compensation in the wake of a serious collision.
Following are a few of the leading causes of car accidents throughout the
Driver Negligence - when someone does something or fails to do something, and this constitutes
a failure to provide proper caution or care in the circumstances, this
may be considered negligence. In car accident cases, this may include
such conduct as driving while distracted, texting while driving, talking
on the phone, speeding, driving
drunk or reckless driving.
Dangerous Roadways - a poorly maintained or improperly designed road, bridge, intersection
or highway may have the potential to cause a serious accident. Lack of
proper signage or an improperly posted speed limit may also cause car
accidents to occur.
Defective Auto Parts - defective or dangerous automobile parts may not only cause an accident
to occur but may also contribute to the severity of a collision. Our firm
handles cases of this kind that relate to defective seat belts, airbags,
brakes, tires, electrical systems, car doors and more.
Heavy Weather - weather, such as heavy fog, rain, snow or ice may cause car accidents
to occur. The likelihood of an accident in heavy weather is increased
in the presence of driver negligence, a dangerous road or defective auto part.
Talk to a car accident lawyer about your case!
our firm today to talk about what caused your accident, what options you have in
seeking financial compensation and how we can help you. Not only can we
provide valuable insight into what caused your accident, but we can determine
who or what party should therefore be held responsible. The driver that
is responsible for the accident will be held legally accountable for your
injuries, typically with the financial compensation paid through their
auto insurance company. We can assist you in seeking maximum financial damages.
Contact a car accident lawyer today for a free consultation at (800) 349-0000. We are open 24/7 for your convenience!