Multiple Vehicle Accident Lawyer
Dallas pileup accident lawyers for chain-reaction crashes
When a car accident occurs, it usually involves two vehicles, with one driver at fault. However, multiple vehicle accidents can be far more complex for Dallas drivers. The more vehicles involved in a multiple vehicle accident, the more difficult it can be to prove who was at fault. If you were injured in an accident involving multiple vehicles, you can trust Tracey Fox & Walters to get to the bottom of it.
There are a number of accidents that can involve multiple vehicles:
- Pile-ups: These accidents usually happen on highly traveled routes and freeways with a high speed limit. Pile-ups can often result from poor visibility or slippery road conditions. Sometimes, these accidents can involve over a hundred vehicles.
- Broadside accidents: A broadside or T-bone accident usually occurs when one driver fails to yield the right of way at an intersection. After being struck, a vehicle can spin and hit – or be hit by - other nearby vehicles.
- Multilane sideswipes: These accidents often occur on highways with more than two lanes. When a negligent driver veers into another driver’s lane, the impact can cause the vehicle to spin, hit nearby vehicles or be hit by nearby vehicles.
We’ll gather the facts
In an auto accident involving only a few vehicles, finding out who is at fault can be relatively simple. However, in a multi-vehicle pile-up, determining fault is always difficult. It often involves a thorough investigation to determine who is responsible for setting off the chain reaction. If multiple drivers were injured in a pile-up, the “at fault” driver can face a heap of lawsuits.
In some cases, a multi-vehicle accident can result from poor visibility or dangerous road conditions. Thick fog can hinder a driver’s ability to see the road in front of them. Black ice can cause vehicles to slide uncontrollably. Whatever the cause may be, an experienced Dallas car accident attorney can help piece together the evidence and build a strong case.
We’ll work hard to get results
While being involved in a multiple vehicle accident may not be any fault of your own, insurance companies may downplay the extent of your injuries. They may offer a quick settlement, but in most cases, it is not enough to cover medical expenses and loss of wages.
If you have been injured in a multiple vehicle accident, you need Tracey Fox & Walters on your side. You should never have to pay for the negligence of someone else. You can trust that we’ll handle your case and relentlessly pursue the compensation you deserve. Contact us today.