California has thousands of miles of freeways. Millions of Americans travel on those freeways every day. While the vast majority of those travelling will reach their destinations safely, others are not so lucky. With all those vehicles driving at high rates of speed, accidents are inevitable. Unfortunately, an accident on the freeway can be very dangerous to those involved, because of the speed of the vehicles and the size of many of those vehicles.
There are a variety of causes of California freeway accidents, including weather, alcohol or drug use, distracted driving, poor road construction or maintenance, vehicle malfunctions and negligence on the part of drivers. Individuals who are injured in accidents on Californias freeways may be entitled to compensation from negligent drivers and others. Compensation could include sums for past and future medical expenses, loss of earnings and loss of earning capacity, physical pain, mental suffering, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, disfigurement, physical impairment, inconvenience, grief, anxiety, humiliation, and more.
However, it can be difficult to pursue a freeway accident case on your own. Insurance companies have experienced lawyers on their side. Your case may involve a defect with a roadway, which would mean facing the government in court, or it could involve a vehicle defect, which would require suing a car manufacturer. Those powerful entities have an army of attorneys at their disposal. Insurance companies defend even uncomplicated crashes diligently. If a lawsuit is filed in the Superior Court you will be held to the same standard as an attorney.
If you have a Southern California freeway accident case, you need to hire an attorney who is experienced at handling California accident cases. Call Donald Sjaarda, Orange County automobile accident attorney today at 714-963-8216 if you have been injured in a California freeway accident.
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