Auto­mo­bile Accidents


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Traf­fic acci­dents in and around the Austin area have the poten­tial to cause seri­ous per­sonal injury. The Austin auto­mo­bile acci­dent lawyers at Flo­res & Lopez, LLP., under­stand this pain and trauma and are here to help. How often car acci­dents hap­pen in the cen­tral Texas area may sur­prise you. Accord­ing to the Texas Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion, there were 15,252 crashes in Travis county alone in 2009. Of these crashes, a reported 4,264 resulted in “seri­ous injuries” to those involved. A seri­ous injury usu­ally meant that a vic­tim was trans­ported to and given care at a hos­pi­tal. Sadly, 95 peo­ple lost their lives in car acci­dents that year. If the neg­li­gence of another per­son caused your car acci­dent, con­tact one of our knowl­edge­able Austin auto­mo­bile acci­dent lawyers today.

Neg­li­gent Driving

The per­son, or party, at fault in a car acci­dent is deter­mined by the law of neg­li­gence. When a per­son chooses to get behind the wheel of a car and drive, they are sub­ject to uphold­ing a “Duty of Care” to those they share the roads with. This duty sim­ply means that they will abide by the laws and reg­u­la­tions in place to ensure the safety of oth­ers. When dri­vers breach this duty, by engag­ing in neg­li­gent dri­ving prac­tices, then seri­ous injury can take place. Exam­ples of neg­li­gent dri­ving behav­iors that cause Austin auto­mo­bile acci­dents, but not lim­ited to, are:

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[li]Drunk Dri­ving [/li]
[li]Traveling with Exces­sive Speed[/li]
[li]Ignoring Signs [/li]
[li]Texting while Dri­ving [/li]
[li]Failing to Yield [/li]
[li]Unlawful Turns [/li]


If you believe that the neg­li­gence of another dri­ver was the cau­sa­tion for your acci­dent, con­tact one of our sea­soned Austin auto­mo­bile acci­dent lawyers right away. Know­ing your rights and where you stand, legally, as a vic­tim is key. Our friendly, knowl­edge­able attor­neys can assist you in this process and help guide you down the path to a suc­cess­ful recovery.

In the Aftermath

The moments fol­low­ing an auto­mo­bile acci­dent can be stress­ful and con­fus­ing. Won­der­ing who is going to pay for vehi­cle repairs, ambu­lance costs, med­ical bills, and for any lost wages due to an injury can be hard to deter­mine. This is why you need pro­gres­sive Austin auto­mo­bile acci­dent lawyers on your side. We can lay out all the par­tic­u­lars of your indi­vid­ual case and pur­sue an appro­pri­ate com­pen­sa­tion fig­ure for you for these losses. As many of these bills can add up quickly, we real­ize that our clients need full com­pen­sa­tion to address these present and future prob­lems. Max­i­mum com­pen­sa­tion is gen­er­ally awarded only after a suc­cess­ful trial, our lawyers know this and are not afraid to go the dis­tance in court.

In most sit­u­a­tions, the respon­si­ble party’s insur­ance com­pany will try to con­tact you imme­di­ately after an acci­dent takes place. When this occurs, respect­fully decline any fur­ther com­mu­ni­ca­tion with them with­out one of our pro­fes­sional Austin auto­mo­bile acci­dent lawyers present. Many times the greedy insur­ance com­pany will try to trick you into reveal­ing poten­tially incrim­i­nat­ing infor­ma­tion regard­ing your case. They may pre­tend to want to hear your side of the story but the real­ity is they’re sim­ply try­ing to obtain infor­ma­tion to dis­credit your story and limit your pay­out. Elect­ing to openly dis­cuss your case with the insur­ance com­pany with­out an attor­ney present can sig­nif­i­cantly reduce your com­pen­sa­tion total.

Now is the time to eval­u­ate your case and deter­mine a com­pen­sa­tion fig­ure for your injury or loss. Con­tact the expe­ri­enced Austin auto­mo­bile acci­dent lawyers at Flo­res & Lopez, LLP., today to review your case. Our help­ful, friendly lawyers are stand­ing by for you and are will­ing to take your case to court if needed. As always, if we don’t win your case then you won’t pay any fees.

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