Failure to Yield Car Accidents

Recovery for your injuries from accidents with missing income

Failure to give right of way is one of the most common car accident Cases across the state of Georgia. The consequences of a driver who does not give in can lead to a number of serious legal ramifications, from minor fender bends to catastrophic collisions with motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.

Even if a non-compliance results in a minor collision, accident victims can be left with endless medical bills. This is precisely why it is so important to understand your legal rights in this type of accident situation, as Georgian law entitles accident victims to their rightful compensation for their financial recovery.

At the Greathouse Trial LawWe are proud of that Success of our previous customers and our ongoing mission to help accident victims of all kinds regain their finances and really get their lives back on track. We know what it takes to ensure that you or your loved ones are receiving legal compensation. So if you have any questions please feel free to contact Contact us for a free consultation This will allow us to review the details of your case and put you in the best position to take legal action.

What is a loss of income?

Georgia drivers, like drivers across the country, often rush from point A to point B every day. This is simply part of our ever-evolving society, but if a driver causes a car accident by not giving in, he can make himself and the others victims of the accident permanently.

Give in Technically, this means that you have to wait while other drivers (or pedestrians) drive because the other driver or pedestrian has right of way. There are myriad situations in which drivers must grant right of way, and if failure to do so results in a collision, it is always the driver’s legal liability to be responsible for any resulting injury and damage.

Georgia’s right of way laws are pretty straightforward when it comes to who is liable for crossing or stepping on a street, but these types of traffic violations can also include negligent behavior related to the following street scenarios:

  • Not checking blind spots properly
  • Speeding or other types of reckless driving
  • Driving drunk
  • Changing lanes in an unsafe way
  • Driving through traffic
  • Drive past motorcycles
  • Driving through pedestrian crossings
  • Not sharing roads properly with cyclists
  • Any kind of improper left turns
  • Do not give in at an intersection with four stops or other turns
  • Merging onto a motorway
  • Driving from a parking lot or a driveway onto a road
  • Do not give in to emergency vehicles

Regardless of whether a driver has acted recklessly or made an innocent mistake, failure to follow Georgian roads can result in very serious accidents and, subsequently, personal injury liability for related damage.

Common types of injuries in accidents with non-compliance

It is not uncommon for drivers to have very little time to react when another driver does not give in on a given lane and a driver’s general tendency to turn into other lanes, to brake, or in general to correct too much, to avoid a negligent driver is high. Victims of non-performance accidents typically face costly repairs, but more importantly, they are prone to a variety of serious injuries.

Some of the most common injuries associated with poor yield accidents include:

  • Different types of neck pain
  • Broken bones and sprains
  • Head injuries, including TBIs
  • Moderate to severe cuts
  • Blood loss and sepsis
  • Damage to a person’s spinal cord and back muscles
  • Permanent distortion
  • Cognitive impairment

The overall severity of these types of injuries ultimately depends on the force generated in the collision, as well as the areas of the body that are directly affected by the impact. It is critical that victims of non-performance accidents understand how they are entitled to compensation and how a skilled Georgia auto accident attorney can help ensure that your maximum, legitimate compensation is more attainable.

Failure to meet liability for personal injury

Georgia’s laws on comparative negligence Negligent drivers will be held responsible for the injuries they caused, but there is also room for defendants to try to determine the overall percentage of a plaintiff’s fault in relation to the overall event of the accident.

When it comes to accidents where there is no compliance, the negligent driver has usually not easily exercised due care. “Negligence in itself” This is also a likely possibility in such cases of personal injury, as the negligent driver has also violated the legal road traffic rules in the event of non-compliance.

This type of breach of duty typically makes culpable drivers liable for any resulting damage associated with the non-compliance accident, including the following examples:

  • Property damage
  • Medical expenses
  • Vehicle repairs
  • Loss of income / work
  • Funeral expenses
  • Future medical care
  • Occupational therapy / physiotherapy
  • Pain and suffering
  • Surgery and other outpatient medical expenses
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Unjust death

Finding a bug after a car accident does not require proof of the actual intention of the negligent driver. In these personal injury cases, we focus on the defendant’s violations of his or her legal duty to protect other drivers. If a driver does not give in, he is expressly acting negligently, endangering others in their moment of general negligence.

This type of behavior will always provide sufficient evidence to hold the defendant liable for the victim’s harm, but getting your rightful compensation back is much easier said than done!

Restoring Your Rightful Compensation

The first thing accident victims must do is consult a seasoned Georgia personal injury specialist when they are in the initial stages of dealing with a negligent driver and his insurance company. Some people think that insurance companies are looking to their own interests while “advocating” them, but this is usually far from the truth.

You should never accept an offer or sign release forms from the other party’s insurance company before receiving assistance from your legal advisor. Dealing with insurance companies is simply one of the first of the many complex legal problems that accident victims face. This is why it is so clear how a skilled Georgia auto accident attorney can help you get the most favorable results.

Contact us today for a free consultation

Attorney Riah Greathouse has over a decade of experience handling all types of personal injury. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident where they failed to give in to an accident, this is what you should do Contact us today for a free consultation.

Calling us will help us understand the fuller details of your accident and determine how best you can legally take action to successfully obtain full and lawful compensation for you or your loved ones.

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