Orlando Deadly Automobile Accident Attorneys

Author: Hanson & Hanson/Tuesday, February 25, 2014/Categories: Auto Accidents

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Driving a car is a massive responsibility. We don’t think about it often, but, if you break down the process of driving a car to its bare essentials, it involves the operation of massive amounts of steel parts at high speeds. This is why we are required to possess a driver’s license before operating a vehicle. Even though there are strict rules and regulations, thousands of car accidents occur in Orlando every year. Many of these traffic accidents can be attributed to driver error which means the driver, if negligent, can be held financially liable for the death of the victim through a wrongful death suit.

Liability and Cause

It’s very important to determine cause and establish liability after a car accident. Hiring an experienced attorney can help you with this matter. One of the first things he or she will do is conduct a thorough investigation of the accident site and interview witnesses, and physicians. It’s also a good idea to see if there are any nearby traffic cameras. Your lawyer will also want to obtain all police records of the accident.

Why Do Car Accidents Happen?

Sometimes the cause of your car accident; sometimes it won’t. The most common types of car accidents attributed to driver error include drunk driving, texting and driving, fatigued driving, tailgating, failure to yield right of way and speeding. In most cases, an experienced attorney will determine the cause and see if any laws were broken. 

If you or a family member has suffered a car accident as the result of a car accident in Orlando, the car accident attorneys at Hanson and Hanson can help you. We completely understand the devastation that can occur as a result of being in a serious car accident. Our staff is committed to helping you and your family recover the fair and just compensation you deserve under Florida State law. Contact us today for a free consultation regarding your car accident. We look forward to hearing from you.

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