Liability and Blind Spot Car Crashes in Pennsylvania

blind spot accident lawyer colmar paThe area around your vehicle that can’t be directly observed by the driver is often referred to as a blind spot. When a vehicle is traveling in these areas, the driver may not see them unless they physically turn their head to look into the other lane. While side-mirrors do help to reduce a driver’s blind spots, they still exist. These blind areas are the direct cause of at least 840,000 car crashes each year in the United States.

Blind Spot Car Crashes and Liability in Pennsylvania

Drivers can avoid these types of accidents by remaining vigilant about the vehicles around them, adjusting their mirrors for maximum visibility, or turning their head to check the adjacent lane for incoming cars. If all drivers practiced these safety tips, then blind spot accidents would not occur. Drivers should never change lanes until they have ensured that it is safe to proceed. Failing to do so is considered negligence. For this reason, drivers who cause a blind spot accident are usually found to be at-fault and liable for the car crash.

Contact a Lansdale Personal Injury Lawyer to Discuss Your Car Accident Case in Pennsylvania

Did you or a loved one sustain serious injuries due to a motor vehicle accident in Pennsylvania? Don’t let the medical bills pile up while you wait for the negligent party or their insurance company to do the right thing. Right now, you need an aggressive personal injury attorney on your side, fighting to get you the compensation you need, want, and deserve. The skilled attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, and Gifford represent clients injured because of a blind spot accident in Newtown, Doylestown, Lansdale, King of Prussia, Norristown and throughout PA. Call 215-822-7575 or email us to schedule a consultation about your case. We have an office conveniently located at 2605 N. Broad St. Colmar, PA 18915 as well as offices in Newtown and Landsale, PA.

The articles on this blog are for informative purposes only and are no substitute for legal advice or an attorney-client relationship. If you are seeking legal advice, please contact our law firm directly.