New Orleans Multi-Vehicle Accidents
Were you injured in a multi-vehicle crash?
Being involved in a multi-vehicle accident not only causes one to lose
control in the accident itself, but insurance companies can take longer
determining the cause and who is responsible for damages, only magnifying
the complexity of the case.
If your life has been affected by a multi-vehicle crash, we urge you to contact
James Flinn, Attorney at Law for the knowledgeable guidance and support that you need.
We are intimately familiar with the laws and procedures that apply to multi-vehicle
crashes and we will explore every angle with the objective of helping
you receive maximum compensation.
Reasons why we are the New Orleans accident firm to call:
free case evaluations
- We exclusively practice personal injury and property damage litigation
- Your best interests will be protected 100%
Mechanics of a Multi-Vehicle Crash
A multi-vehicle crash is a type of
auto accident involving not two, but many vehicles. Such accidents typically occur on
high-density traffic areas and on high-speed routes such as freeways;
they are one of the most deadly forms of auto accidents.
Multi-vehicle crashes, or "pile-ups" frequently occur in low-visibility
or hazardous conditions, particularly when drivers on freeways drive too
closely to the vehicle in front after failing to adjust to the road conditions,
whether such conditions involve 5:00 traffic, construction, black ice,
road hazards, heavy rain, or fog.
Chain Reaction Crashes & Physics
Due to the high speeds involved in chain-reaction crashes, if one car has
a problem and suddenly slams on the brakes, or departs from its lane,
those behind or next to the car cannot stop in time to avoid a collision
– it's physics.
Considering that certain roads and highways have high traffic volumes,
multiple cars can be forced to brake, skid, and dart into other lanes
in the pathway of oncoming traffic, thereby causing even more vehicles
to be involved.
Contact a New Orleans Car Accident Attorney
If you were injured in a pileup, we urge you to contact our New Orleans
personal injury lawyer for immediate assistance. When your health, wellbeing and future
are depending on the amount of compensation you receive, you cannot afford
to be treated like just another number by the insurance company.
While the majority of personal injury cases settle outside of court, if
the insurance company fails to agree to a reasonable settlement, we are
not afraid to take your case to trial.
Your case is important to us,
contact our office
today to schedule your free case review!