Common Causes of Car Accidents
Trusted El Paso Car Accident Lawyers
Car accidents result in hundreds of thousands of injuries in the U.S. annually.
Traffic collisions are the leading causes of preventable deaths in this
country. It is therefore important to understand what the common causes
of car accidents are and how to take legal action if you have been a victim.
If you or a loved one was hurt in any type of car accident caused by another
driver, you may have a claim to compensation.
Talk with our
El Paso car accident lawyers at 888.470.9772 to find out more.
Common Causes of Car Accidents in Texas
If it can be proved another driver's negligence or reckless behavior
was the reason for your car accident injury, they could be legally obligated
to pay you damages. Our
personal injury firm can help you pursue your claim for compensation in court or in an
out of court settlement.
Top causes of car accidents include:
- Failing to follow the speed limit
- Use of mobile phones, especially texting
- Distracted driving
- Driver fatigue/sleeping at the wheel
- Drunk driving
- Defective automobile parts or roadways
- Poor weather
- Construction zones
While all the above factors have potential to cause accidents, phone use,
including talking and texting, accounts for a quarter of automobile crashes
according to the National Safety Council.
Why Choose Guerra & Farah, PLLC?
Our dedicated El Paso injury attorneys strive to bring justice to clients
who have been injured due reckless drivers. At Guerra & Farah, PLLC
we are aggressive personal injury lawyers with extensive courtroom experience
who have recovered millions of dollars for our clients over the years.
The compensation we can help you recover can pay for things such as medical
bills, lost pay, loss of future income, and pain and suffering. You should
not have to suffer alone—call our El Paso personal injury firm right
away to get started on your case. We work on a
contingency fee basis which means we don't get paid until you do!
Contact us online today and we can hear you out before getting started on your case.