Failure-to-Yield Auto Accident Lawsuits
Posted on behalf of Arnold Law Firm on Aug 20, 2015 in Auto Accidents
If you have been injured by a negligent driver who failed to yield, speak to an attorney. You may be entitled to compensation. When a driver acts recklessly and fails to yield, he or she endangers other people and may cause them harm.
Failure-to-Yield Car Accident Tips
When a failure-to-yield accident happens, it can be a scary experience. You may feel pain, be in shock and wonder what to do next. Here are seven recommendations:
- Do not argue with the other driver.
- Exchange contact and insurance information with the other driver.
- Gather witness contact information.
- Take photos of the damage to your vehicle, the condition of other vehicles, and any visible injuries you or your passengers may have.
- Have a medical professional evaluate any injuries.
- Do not speak with the other drivers insurer until you have talked to your lawyer.
- Give all information to your attorney for review.
Types of Damages
A failure-to-yield car accident may cause injuries and damages. Whether your loss is in the form of medical expenses, lost wages, occupational therapy, vocational rehabilitation, pain and suffering, or disfigurement, you could be entitled for monetary compensation. With the right legal representation provided by a reputable Sacramento car accident lawyer, you may receive justice and compensation.
Schedule a Consultation Today
Timing is imperative when it comes to hiring the best attorney to represent you. Because we want to give undivided attention to each client, we limit the number of clients we represent at the Arnold Law Firm. If you have been injured because of a failure-to-yield accident, and you are in need of legal representation, contact our personal injury attorneys to schedule a free consultation.