Failure to Yield Injury Claim
Failing To Yield Can Lead To Devastating Collisions
Based on the type of intersection and traffic signals present, a driver is often instructed to yield the right of way to other lanes. When these traffic safety signals are not followed, serious accidents can occur.
Whether at an amber traffic signal, a posted yield sign or moving from the onramp onto a busy highway, drivers must recognize when it is necessary to yield to traffic. Traffic laws were designed to protect the safety of all drivers on the road. If the rules are violated, devastating collisions are likely. At Cross Border Law, we have a thorough understanding of traffic violations and personal injury law on both sides of the border. Whether you are an American citizen injured while visiting Vancouver, or a Canadian citizen injured in the United States, our staff of legal professionals is ready to help.
LEGAL GUIDANCE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON STATE
With offices in Vancouver and Seattle, Cross Border Law is prepared to represent clients injured in serious auto accidents. A driver who fails to yield can collide with other vehicles, bicyclists or pedestrians. Injuries can be serious, including multiple fractures, soft tissue injuries, head trauma or spinal cord damage. Based on your accident and your medical report, we will pursue the maximum monetary compensation possible for you. We will negotiate with the at-fault driver’s insurer to reach a fair settlement. If a settlement cannot be reached that properly accounts for your lost wages, medical treatment, property damage, and pain and suffering, we are confident in our ability to represent you in court.
If you or a loved one was injured in an accident caused by a driver who failed to yield, schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at our firm. Cross Border Law can be reached by phone or email.