With an estimated 2,973,000 vehicles registered in San Diego County, plus countless commercial vehicles and tourists using the roads, it is somewhat inevitable that collisions will occur regularly. Thankfully, most of these incidents are minor, involving nothing more than perhaps some bruising of the vehicle occupants, and superficial property damage. However, this is not always true, and the OTS reports that, in 2015, San Diego County saw:
As the presence of alcohol and excessive speed indicates, a large proportion of San Diego car accidents occur due to either negligent or deliberately dangerous behavior on the part of one or more motorists. If you, or a loved one, have sustained serious injuries due to the actions of another driver, you may be entitled to file a lawsuit with the assistance of a San Diego car accident attorney.
With the I-5 and I-15 highways listed amongst the most dangerous in the United States, San Diego attorneys are no strangers to car accident lawsuits. We have a proven track record of successfully handling lawsuits relating to all manner of car accidents, with some of the most common causes tending to include:
Regardless of how the car accident you were involved in was caused, when you have been injured through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to file a lawsuit to recover damages in respect of the loss of earnings, pain and suffering, property damage, and medical expenses incurred as a result of your San Diego car accident.
Did you know that what you do immediately after an accident could affect the outcome of any lawsuit you may choose to bring? Our attorneys, with their extensive experience in successfully handling San Diego car accident lawsuits, recommend that you follow these steps:
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