Motor Vehicle Accidents

 
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Motor vehicle accidents occur every ten seconds in the United States. Injuries resulting from these accidents are the leading cause of all injuries for people in the U.S. under 35 years of age. Many safety improvements have been made to our motor vehicles, including air bags and rollover bars. But despite these advances, the frequency and severity of motor vehicle accidents remains alarmingly high.

Every motor vehicle accident has the potential for serious personal injury. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or died as the result of a motor vehicle accident, you should consider consulting with an experienced motor vehicle accident lawyer as soon as possible. In some cases, there is a statute of limitations or expiration date by which a lawsuit must be filed for you to be eligible for possible compensation.

There are currently thirteen "no fault" states that do not allow lawsuits for non-economic damages like pain and suffering unless they meet a minimum “threshold”. The rules that determine this threshold can be complicated. And when you consider further that some motor vehicle accident injuries may only become evident over time, you should avoid any assumptions regarding what damages you or your loved one may or may not be entitled to.

The motor vehicle accident lawyers associated with Personal Injury dot com will evaluate your case in a free initial consultation. Our motor vehicle accident lawyers will work on a contingency basis, which means that they will not charge you a fee unless they successfully resolve your case. Some of the attorneys specialize in certain areas of motor vehicle accident injuries. For more information on specific types of motor vehicle accidents, please read further:

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