Speeding Car Accident
Anthony Quackenbush is a Fort Lauderdale, Florida Speeding Car Accident Lawyer who helps clients who have been injured in car accidents caused by the speeding of another driver. Speeding is one of the top causes of car accidents. A speeding driver has less time to react and can easily cause crashes as a result.
When you are hurt by a speeding driver, you may need to prove in court that the other driver was speeding. This can be done in several ways. For one, Mr. Quackenbush may hire an expert called an accident re-constructionist who will analyze the accident location/scene, the various vehicles involved in the accident, and the testimony of the various parties in the case. The accident re-constructionist will attempt to determine who was at fault for the accident. If the other driver in your accident was speeding, then the accident re-constructionist will look for evidence to prove that the other driver was in fact speeding.
Types of evidence that can prove that the other driver was speeding include the positioning of the vehicles in the roadway. The accident re-constructionist will most likely analyze the positions of the various vehicles in the crash (as well as their direction of travel) and try to determine the speeds they were travelling.
The accident re-constructionist will also most likely analyze any skid marks in the roadway. Large skid marks that extend for a long distance can prove that the vehicle that made the marks was driving over the speed limit.
If you would like to obtain a free, no obligation consultation of your speeding vehicle wreck case, contact this Fort Lauderdale, Florida Speeding Car Accident Law Firm at 786-294-7711. At no charge to you, Mr. Quackenbush will gladly talk to you about your case if you’ve been hurt anyplace in the State of Florida (including Miami, Miami-Dade County, West Palm Beach and Palm Beach County).
Once Mr. Quackenbush becomes your attorney, he will work on a contingency basis. This means that there will be no risk to you as Mr. Quackenbush will not charge for his work until you’ve made a recovery in your case.Seek Compensation with the Help of this Fort Lauderdale Speeding Car Accident Lawyer
Damage to the various vehicles involved in the accident can also demonstrate that the driver that caused your accident was speeding. For example, if your car was hit by the speeding driver and the damage to your car was severe, you might be able to prove that the other driver was speeding using the damage to your vehicle. After all, a vehicle travelling extremely fast would naturally cause more damage than a vehicle doing the speed limit. A vehicle travelling slowly would presumably cause less damage than you experienced.
As such, if you’ve been injured in a speeding car accident, it’s therefore important that you take pictures of the damage to your car. You vehicle will presumably be repaired eventually, and, once it is fixed, it will be too late to take photographs. These pictures can be used as valuable evidence in a later court-date.
There may also be videotape of your speeding car accident. If the accident occurred at an intersection, then there may be a red-light camera located at the intersection. If there is, then the accident may have been recorded and may depict the other driver speeding.Justice Achieved by this South Florida Speeding Vehicle Wreck Attorney
Additionally, if you speeding car accident occurred close to a business establishment, the business establishment could have security cameras that could have filmed the accident. This footage may also depict the other driver speeding.
However, if there is videotape footage of the other vehicle in your speeding car crash, you need to obtain that footage as soon as possible. This is because many video cameras are on “loops” – meaning that they tape over themselves every so often. If this is the case, it will be crucial to obtain the footage as soon as possible – otherwise it could be lost.
If the video footage is from a business establishment, then Mr. Quackenbush will most likely send a letter called a “preservation letter” to the business establishment. The preservation letter instructs the business to hold onto the video rather than getting rid of it. If the business disregards the letter and destroys the video footage, then there can be consequences in court.
Finally, if you were hurt in a speeding car wreck, it will be important to preserve the testimony of any witnesses to the accident. That is, if anybody witnessed the speeding vehicle crash, you may be able to use his or her testimony in the trial of your case. However, stories change and memories fade. As such, it will be important to obtain a recorded statement or affidavit from the witnesses to make sure their testimony will be clear at a later date.For Help, Call this Broward County Speeding Car Crash Law Firm
If Mr. Quackenbush becomes your attorney, he will work on contingency – which means that there will be no risk to you as he will not charge you until you’ve made a recovery in your case.
Contact Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711 in order to obtain a free, no obligation consultation. Mr. Quackenbush will not charge you to discuss your case.