Many negligent actions may be considered an improper lane change. Improper lane changes may include a driver:
- Suddenly shifting into another lane without warning
- Not checking to make sure a lane is clear before moving into it
- Changing lanes where it is illegal to do so
- Not using a blinker
- And more
These actions can cause a collision without warning. Victims may be left with out-of-pocket expenses, lost wages, and other life-altering losses.
At Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, we are committed to seeing that justice is served after a car accident. A Sandy Springs improper lane changes accident lawyer from our firm can help you fight for the maximum compensation based on your injuries and other damages when we represent you.
To get started with a free case assessment from a member of our team, call Bader Scott Injury Lawyers today at (404) 888-8888.
Finding Fault in a Car Accident
To win your personal injury case, our lawyers will need to establish who is at fault for your injuries. In an improper lane change case, the negligent parties may include:
A driver may be responsible for causing the accident. The driver may have been distracted, intoxicated, or driving recklessly. They may have failed to use proper signaling or use their rearview mirror before changing lanes. As a result, their negligence may have caused the accident that led to your injuries.
Pedestrians are supposed to look for oncoming traffic before crossing the street. If a pedestrian was in a hurry, looking down at their phone, or distracted, they may have walked out in front of a car that swerved and hit you. If so, you may be able to file a claim against the pedestrian.
A city road crew may be responsible for designing and maintaining a safe roadway, signage, and markings. During construction, road crews must also maintain a safe work environment. If a road crew is negligent in keeping the road safe, a poor road condition or unsafe construction site could cause a driver to swerve and hit you.
As your attorneys, our job is to investigate the accident to determine who was at fault and how their negligence led to your injuries. A Sandy Springs improper lane changes accident lawyer from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers can handle this task and pursue any party who is responsible for your losses.
If you believe that another party’s negligence caused your accident, call (404) 888-8888 today to discuss your case with a representative of Bader Scott Injury Lawyers.
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Damages in an Improper Lane Changes Case
Bader Scott Injury Lawyers can review your injuries and other losses to assign a value for your case. The recoverable damages in a car accident claim or lawsuit may include:
- Medical bills, both current and future
- Lost wages
- Diminished earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Mental or emotional trauma
- Property damage
- And more
Wrongful Death Damages
If you lose a loved one in a car accident case, your family may be entitled to compensation for economic and noneconomic losses in a wrongful death lawsuit. Bader Scott Injury Lawyers can review your case to determine how the accident affected you and your family. Damages in a wrongful death case may include:
- Burial expenses
- Funeral ceremony expenses
- Lost household income
- Pre-death medical bills
- And more
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How We Can Help With Your Car Accident Case
Navigating the legal system after a car accident can challenging for anyone. Bader Scott Injury Lawyers can assist you with your case in the following ways:
Provide Legal Consultation
If you have never filed a lawsuit or accident claim, you may not know where to begin, what your rights are, or how much your case is worth. Let our attorneys help you with these and other issues surrounding your case. We can guide you through the litigation process and design a legal strategy for your case.
Obtain Evidence of Fault and Liability
To establish fault and liability, we need to gather evidence that substantiates your claim. Evidence may include photos and videos of the accident, eyewitness testimony, accident reports, medical reports, or expert testimony. We can also collect evidence to demonstrate the value of your case.
Handle Your Entire Case From Start to Finish
When you are recovering from your injuries, you may not have the ability to file your claim or work on your case. Our law firm can handle all aspects of your case when we represent you. This includes reviewing the accident, communicating with all parties on your behalf, gathering and submitting your paperwork, and fighting for a fair settlement.
Fight for Fair Compensation
If the insurance company rejects your claim or offers a low settlement, you do not have to accept their decision. Our lawyers can advocate on your behalf to fight for fair compensation based on the evidence we collect. If the insurer does not negotiate, we can file a lawsuit and take your case to trial.
Contact Bader Scott Injury Lawyers for Help on Your Case Today
If you are ready to move forward with your car accident case, Bader Scott Injury Lawyers is ready to help you. A Sandy Springs improper lane changes accident lawyer from our firm may be able to represent on you a contingency-fee basis with no advanced payments required.
Keep in mind that, according to O.C.G.A. § 9-3-33, the statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits in Georgia is generally two years. Failure to file a lawsuit by the deadline may result in your lawsuit being dismissed.
Call Bader Scott Injury Lawyers today at (404) 888-8888 for a free case assessment from a member of our team. The sooner you call us, the sooner we can get started working on your case.