Speeding Injury Claim
Drivers Who Are Speeding Cannot Control Their Vehicles
Motor vehicle collisions often result in catastrophic injuries. There is wide variation, however, depending on the types of vehicles involved and the speed at which they were travelling. If you were injured in an accident caused by a speeding driver, you might be entitled to recover monetary compensation for your lost wages, medical bills, property damage, and pain and suffering.
Whether you are a Canadian injured in the United States, or a resident of Seattle injured in Vancouver, Cross Border Law can help. Our lawyers are trained in the intricacies of personal injury law on both sides of the border. We understand the importance of working with the insurance carriers to reach a beneficial settlement. If a settlement cannot be reached, however, we are confident in our ability to represent you in court. Offices in British Columbia and Washington State for the convenience of our clients.
COLLISIONS AT HIGH RATES OF SPEED
Drivers who are speeding often believe they are in full control of their vehicles. Unfortunately, one small mishap can have devastating effects.
- A speeding car can careen into oncoming traffic causing a head-on collision.
- The driver of a speeding vehicle might not be able to stop fast enough causing a rear-end collision.
- The driver of a speeding car might not be able to react quickly to safety signals or traffic signs causing a side-impact (T-bone) collision in an intersection.
A speeding vehicle can enhance the severity of any collision. Traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord damage and paralysis are common in these types of accidents. Following your accident, it is crucial that you seek medical care and the advice of a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer.
Call or email our firm to schedule a free initial consultation. We can listen to the facts of your case and provide clear legal insight regarding your options for monetary recovery.