Every year, there are thousands of car accidents on Alabama highways, and a high percentage of those accidents result in personal injuries. More than 3 million people are injured in car accidents every year, resulting in billions of dollars in damages. When a car accident occurs, it is imperative that aggressive action is taken right away to protect the rights of injured people.
Every insurance company employs adjusters, investigators and attorneys whose job is to minimize the compensation paid to those injured people.In addition to possible physical injuries, as an automobile accident victim or the family of a victim, you also may be suffering from emotional, physical and financial injuries. While monetary compensation cannot change the past, it can help lessen anxiety about medical bills, employment, rehabilitation, and your future.
Traffic accident factors:
Driver distraction, including fiddling with technical devices, talking with passengers, eating or grooming in the car, dealing with children or pets in the back seat, or attempting to retrieve dropped items.
Driver impairment by tiredness, illness, alcohol or other drugs, both legal and illegal.
Mechanical failure, including flat tires or tires blowing out, brake failure, axle failure, and steering mechanism failure.
Road conditions, including foreign obstacles or substances on the road surface; rain, ice, or snow making the roads slick; road damage including pot holes.
Speed exceeding safe conditions, such as the speed for which the road was designed, the road condition, the weather, the speed of surrounding motorists, and so on.
Road design and layout. Some roads are notorious for being accident “black spots” for a variety of reasons, including alignment, visibility, surface conditions, road markings, etc.
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