Car accidents are among the most common personal injuries that occur. As a nation that uses automobiles as a primary mode of commute, drivers have a duty to themselves and others to pay attention to the road and drive responsibly. Unfortunately, in their haste to get from point A to point B, many drivers risk public safety by employing reckless behaviors like speeding, not using their turn signal, and weaving in and out of lanes. While many car accidents are unavoidable and caused by factors such as inclement weather, an overwhelming majority could have been prevented had another driver been acting conscientiously.
While the stress and trauma associated with car accidents can be overwhelming, you may be able to recover your damages by holding the responsible party accountable for the injuries they have caused. Not only can car accidents bring about physical injury and property damage, but many victims must also grapple with post traumatic stress and psychological injuries that can severely hinder their ability to live their life. The Mequon car accident attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® can fight for your financial restitution so that you can heal without the burden of financial strain.
Most car accidents occur as a result of driver error. This can come in the form of anything from misjudging speed and distance, to not paying attention to highway and traffic signs. Car accident cases we frequently handle include:
These cases all involve another party’s negligence. Victims of these accidents may be eligible to obtain compensation for medical bills, health care costs, damaged property, and lost wages, among others.
Being injured in a car accident that could have been prevented is a devastating ordeal, but you do not have to undergo the legal process alone. At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, our adept Mequon car accident attorneys believe that you shouldn’t pay the price of another driver’s negligence. If you or someone you love has been the victim of a car accident, don’t hesitate to contact our offices at (414) 271-0900 for support and guidance in your case.