Car crashes can be caused by a driver’s carelessness, defective car parts, or even bad luck:
Car wrecks can be caused by all sorts of issues, whether negligence, or defective parts, or even just unfortunate circumstances.
Sometimes other drivers aren't safe –
- texting while driving,
- talking on the phone,
- driving when too tired and unable to stay alert,
- driving after drinking,
- speeding recklessly,
- not using extra caution when driving in high traffic or on slippery roads.
Sometimes, things out of our control cause crashes -
- defective brakes,
- worn out tires,
- substandard maintenance that progresses into bigger problems,
- faulty mechanics,
- bad weather,
- unexpected illness of a fellow driver, etc.
Sometimes, a combination of factors causes a crash.
Regardless of the cause, if you are involved in a collision, you could be hurt.
Injuries from car wrecks could mean medical bills, lost time from work, permanent physical disability, or maybe even death.
And almost all car wrecks mean harm to your vehicle.
Whatever the cause, and whoever is at fault, car crashes result in damage - financial, personal, and physical.
If you have been hurt from a collision, you need an attorney who knows how to handle motor vehicle incidents to represent you and help you get compensation for these losses.
At Newman Bronson & Wallis, we have over 100 years of combined legal experience representing people who have been injured, and we have a long and successful history of recovering compensation for our clients.
At NB&W, we aren't simply trying to file as many lawsuits as possible; on the contrary, we pride ourselves on our relationship with our clients - and that includes a commitment to open dialogue with our clients about the status, strengths, and/or weaknesses of any potential claim.
But we also know from first-hand experience that when the issue involves a car wreck, hiring a lawyer is often necessary for dealing with another driver's insurance company.
Regardless of whether it was because of another person’s negligence or simply a series of unfortunate circumstances that led to your collision, if you have been injured, call us today and tell us what happened.
Help us keep our roads safe. Help us help you.