Are You at Risk for Another Vancouver Car Accident?
Whether a distracted pickup truck driver caused your Vancouver car accident, or a careless van driver ripped through an intersection and clipped your car, you are dazed, confused and angry.
You want justice in your case as well as effective compensation for the injuries you have sustained and for future damages and inconveniences that you may face, including forced time off from work, rehabilitation, future medical costs, and other costs.
Even if the accident was the other driver’s fault, you might want to pause and consider the context of your crash, so that you can learn some lessons from it.
If you were partially responsible for the crash, you are probably open to that idea. After all, whether you nodded off behind the wheel or failed to tune your car’s brakes (which then failed at a pivotal moment), you want to find out what went wrong and why.
But if you are convinced that you were totally innocent—that some other person or entity was entirely responsible—you might chafe a bit at being asked to consider what you could have done differently.
Nevertheless, fight through that feeling and reflect.
Even if you did drive perfectly, perhaps you drove on a dangerous road or drove at a somewhat less safe time of day. For instance, it is riskier to drive on Friday and Saturday nights because there are more drunk drivers on the road.
Accidents are random. However, there is usually some lesson to learn, no matter how you were involved. Fortunately, you do not have to figure out such lessons yourself. The Vancouver car accident attorneys at McComb Witten would be happy to help you. Call our Vancouver car accident lawyers today at 604-255-9018 to schedule a free case consultation. You may also wish to download our free report, He Slammed into My Car and Took Off, to understand your situation more clearly.
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