The Accident Lawyers Network Blog
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Causes of accidents
Bad weather, auto defects, and even the angle of the sun might cause an accident. So do driver error, intoxication, and distraction. But are any of these three really accidental, or are they simply causes of so-called "accidents"?
While we call them "accidents," oftentimes there is a high level of neglect involved. For example, it certainly isn’t an accident when someone gets behind the wheel of his or her car after drinking all night. And if you are involved in an "accident" with this person, there is going to be more than a simple exchange of insurance information.
The variables in each case are numerous. Maybe you won't need to follow up with the police and insurance companies in a minor fender-bender. However, there may be a time when you not only need to follow up, you also need legal advice. In this case, your best option might be to find an experienced accident lawyer. Please contact the Accident Lawyers Network to find an experienced lawyer in your area.
Labels: insurance, negligence
posted by Neil at 2:08 PM
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