Birmingham Speeding Accident Lawyer

Every driver ends up speeding at some point in their life. Drivers who are in a rush frequently feel they need to drive faster than what the legal speed limit is and pass other drivers out on the road. Also, there are drivers who habitually go faster than the legal speed limit just because they believe that the speed limit is going too slow. What those drivers don’t realize is this places other individual’s lives at risk, and that includes their own.

There is a reason why various speed limits have been set by local government officials. Every street and road you drive on has safety precautions that need to be followed. People who drive faster and violate the legal speed limit increase the risk of causing accidents. Even if no one is killed in an accident, it still could cause permanent injuries to one or multiple victims who are involved. Unfortunately, speed drivers are not distracted or intoxicated at all times. They simply choose to drive over the speed limit due to being ignorant of the law.

One of the made ways that car accidents arise in the whole country is speeding-related accidents. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that an estimated 27% of all car accidents in the U.S. related to speeding every year. That amounts to more than 8,000 deaths that are caused by speeding. In the meantime, the number of injuries that result from speeding-related accidents is much higher.

If you have been in a speeding-related accident and suffered any type of injury, you should immediately call one of our car accident lawyers in Birmingham. The attorney will review your case and determine what the best legal action should be taken for you. Get your free case review and consultation scheduled with Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton LLP today by calling 855-965-1688.

Our Birmingham Speeding Accident Lawyer Services

Contact a Birmingham Speeding Accident Lawyer if you've been injured.

If you were injured as the result of a speeding-related car accident that another driver caused, allow one of our speeding-related accident lawyers in Alabama to help you. Our personal injury law firm is committed to assisting personal injury victims like you get the amount of compensation that you are owed under the law. When we handle your case, we go beyond just representing you in court. We also will do a thorough investigation of the accident so we can build your case against the at-fault driver.

The following are just a few things that we will help you with as one of our clients:

  • Help you with filing a claim with your insurer.
  • Help with filing a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.
  • Negotiate with your insurance adjuster.
  • Review all of the evidence that is available. That includes reviewing cell phone records, the driver’s driving history, the driver’s blood-alcohol level, witness accounts, skid marks on roads, information on the engine control unit, and video surveillance footage.
  • Medical report information
  • Once we have our findings, we either will take the other driver to court or negotiate a settlement to fight for the maximum amount of compensation for you.

The law in Alabama states that you are required to file your lawsuit in 2 years starting on the date that your accident occurred. The soon you start taking legal action against the at-fault driver who is responsible for your injuries, the sooner you will receive compensation. To get the process started, call Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton LLP at 855-965-1688.

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Every driver ends up speeding at some point in their life. Drivers who are in a rush frequently feel they need to drive faster than what the legal speed limit is and pass other drivers out on the road. Also, there are drivers who habitually go faster than the legal speed limit just because they believe that the speed limit is going too slow. What those drivers don’t realize is this places other individual’s lives at risk, and that includes their own.

There is a reason why various speed limits have been set by local government officials. Every street and road you drive on has safety precautions that need to be followed. People who drive faster and violate the legal speed limit increase the risk of causing accidents. Even if no one is killed in an accident, it still could cause permanent injuries to one or multiple victims who are involved. Unfortunately, speed drivers are not distracted or intoxicated at all times. They simply choose to drive over the speed limit due to being ignorant of the law.

One of the made ways that car accidents arise in the whole country is speeding-related accidents. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that an estimated 27% of all car accidents in the U.S. related to speeding every year. That amounts to more than 8,000 deaths that are caused by speeding. In the meantime, the number of injuries that result from speeding-related accidents is much higher.

If you have been in a speeding-related accident and suffered any type of injury, you should immediately call one of our car accident lawyers in Birmingham. The attorney will review your case and determine what the best legal action should be taken for you. Get your free case review and consultation scheduled with Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton LLP today by calling 855-965-1688.

Our Birmingham Speeding Accident Lawyer Services

Contact a Birmingham Speeding Accident Lawyer if you've been injured.

If you were injured as the result of a speeding-related car accident that another driver caused, allow one of our speeding-related accident lawyers in Alabama to help you. Our personal injury law firm is committed to assisting personal injury victims like you get the amount of compensation that you are owed under the law. When we handle your case, we go beyond just representing you in court. We also will do a thorough investigation of the accident so we can build your case against the at-fault driver.

The following are just a few things that we will help you with as one of our clients:

  • Help you with filing a claim with your insurer.
  • Help with filing a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.
  • Negotiate with your insurance adjuster.
  • Review all of the evidence that is available. That includes reviewing cell phone records, the driver’s driving history, the driver’s blood-alcohol level, witness accounts, skid marks on roads, information on the engine control unit, and video surveillance footage.
  • Medical report information
  • Once we have our findings, we either will take the other driver to court or negotiate a settlement to fight for the maximum amount of compensation for you.

The law in Alabama states that you are required to file your lawsuit in 2 years starting on the date that your accident occurred. The soon you start taking legal action against the at-fault driver who is responsible for your injuries, the sooner you will receive compensation. To get the process started, call Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton LLP at 855-965-1688.

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