Miami Van Accidents Attorney
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury because of a van accident that resulted from the negligence of another party, contact this Miami van accident attorney and discuss your rights. A van is a kind of vehicle used for transportation of people or goods. A van is usually bigger in size than a car. Unfortunately, vans are involved in accidents every day. If you were involved in a crash involving a van, you may be able to pursue a case.
Van crashes are becoming more and more common. Every time you are on the road, there is a potential for a serious crash. Even an experienced van driver can be involved in a wreck. If this happens to you, you may be able to file a case against the driver of the other vehicle.
When used to transport people, vans usually carry multiple passengers. As a result, when a van is involved in an accident, many people can be injured. When this happens, the multiple injured people may be stuck dividing up the proceeds of the at-fault driver’s insurance policy.
If you or anyone you love has been injured in a van wreck in Florida, it will be important to figure out exactly what caused your injuries. It might be that missing or defective equipment in the van made your injuries worse. For instance, many vans don’t have seatbelts when, in reality, they should have them. You might make a claim against the owner of the van or against the manufacturer of the van if you are injured in a van accident due to the fact that the van did not have seatbelts.
If you or someone you know has been involved in a van collision occurring anywhere in Florida (including West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach County and West Palm Beach), contact Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711.
This Miami Van Accident Law Firm works on a contingency basis which means that you do not pay until Mr. Quackenbush either wins your case or settles out of court. Mr. Quackenbush offers a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your legal options.Vital Advice for Clients of this Miami Van Accident Attorney
A minivan is a type of van. Vehicles are classified as minivans based on their size. If you have been injured in a minivan crash, wreck, collision or accident, then you should contact Mr. Quackenbush.
Vans can be prone to rollover because they may be designed or manufactured top-heavy (that is, with a high center of gravity). Van rollover crashes can take place due to many different reasons. One typical cause of a van rollover crash is that sometimes drivers of vans try to make really sharp turns. If this occurs, then a van can easily flip because of its top-heavy nature. In this case, the driver of the van and the designer/manufacturer of the van may be liable for injuries that result.
When a van's tire hits something in the roadway, then a van rollover accident can easily occur - and this would typically be the fault of the van's driver.
Finally, a tire blowout can also cause van rollover accidents. When a tire blow-out happens, the van can be caused to change direction unexpectedly, and this can cause a van roll-over wreck. Several entities can be responsible when a tire blowout occurs and causes a van roll-over accident. If the tire wasn't built to proper standards, then the manufacturer of the tire can be responsible. Additionally, if the tires weren't properly maintained, an entity that maintained the tires can be liable. Third, the owner of the van can be accountable for putting a bad tire on the van.Call Now to Talk to this Miami-Dade County Van Collision Attorney/Lawyer
If you have been involved in a van accident, you might be able to pursue a case against the driver of the van if the driver did something to cause the accident. Alternatively, if another vehicle carelessly hit the van you were riding in and caused you severe injuries, then you might be able to pursue a case against the other vehicle driver. And lastly, if you were driving your own vehicle and you were hit by a van, then you have the right to take legal action against the van driver who caused your injuries. If you make the decision to hire Mr. Quackenbush, then he can assist you to sort through these options.
A van accident can cause several types of injuries. In the situation where the van did not have the mandatory number of seatbelts, you might be thrown around the van and sustain all types of catastrophic injuries (including brain injuries and orthopedic injuries). In addition, tragic deaths can also easily result from van crashes. If someone dies in a van wreck, an estate will be set up on his or her behalf. A loved one will typically be appointed to represent the estate and carry the case forward. The deceased person’s survivors will receive any money recovered in a lawsuit. These people are referred to as the beneficiaries of the decedent’s estate.This Miami Van Crash/Wreck Law Firm is Premised on the Pursuit of Justice
If you or somebody you love has been injured in a van accident happening anywhere in Miami-Dade County (including Aventura, Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Doral, Florida City, Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, Homestead, Key Biscayne, Miami Beach, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, North Miami, North Miami Beach, Opa-Locka, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, South Miami, and Sunny Isles Beach), contact this Miami van accident law firm at 786-294-7711 for a free, no-obligation consultation.
Let Mr. Quackenbush get you the compensation you deserve. He works on a contingency basis which means you do not need to pay any lawyer fees until he wins compensation for you.