Automobile Accidental Death Claims
Fatal accident crashes decreased slightly from 2003 to 2004?
By a huge margin, fatal auto accidents are the number 1 reason for accidental fatalities and wrongful death lawsuits.
Not a day goes by when fatal traffic accidents are reported such as head on collisions, speeding driver, drunk driving fatal accidents, inexperienced teens who are text messaging or drunk or high on drugs causing fatal accidents to others or dear friends and passengers, or risk taking school bus driver.
Risky car chases cause accidents in the wake of their path; road rage incidents, sideswipes, solo vehicle smash up. Then there are elderly citizens who don’t want to relinquish control yet their timing and reflexes are impaired; plus rollovers especially from SUVs and/or defective tires or vehicular mechanisms. Sports utility vehicles experienced the highest percentage of rollover rates when compared to other vehicle rollovers.
Motorcyclists both cause fatal motorcycle accidents and are the victim of fatal motorcycle accidents when drivers fail to give motorcyclists the right of way, fail to compensate for the blind spot, or simply from faulty or defective motorcycles.
And let’s not forget about the innocent and frequently invisible pedestrians or bicyclists who get run over, crushed, or catapulted by hit-and-run drivers.
The above list is not the sole reasons that fatal car accidents occur. Causes for fatal car accidents are too numerous to mention but the above serve as a reminder why and how fatal traffic accidents occur. If your loved one has been the victim of a fatal traffic accident in Pennsylvania or New Jersey – do not hesitate to contact Anapol Schwartz. Victims have rights and so do heirs of victims.
Contact a fatal accident lawyer so we can help you determine what your legal options are.