Tucson Car Accident Attorneys
Advances in technology and increased awareness of the importance of safety on the roads have, in recent years, reduced the threat posed to public health and safety by car accidents. Nevertheless, car accidents remain one of the leading causes of serious injury and wrongful death in the United States each year, and the sad truth is that far too many of these accidents could easily have been prevented.
At Russo, Russo & Slania, P.C., we believe that victims of car accidents in Tucson should not have to pay for the consequences that they may face if someone else was to blame for their injuries. Fortunately, through the protections afforded by personal injury law, victims may not have to. In fact, they are often entitled to financial compensation and justice that allows them to better deal with the aftermath of a car accident.
Our Car Accident Practice Areas
The causes of car accidents can vary widely, sometimes involving a range of different factors contributing to the accident. Fortunately, at Russo, Russo & Slania, P.C., we have the resources and knowledge needed to help victims of auto accidents deal with claims involving the following:
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Rollover Accidents
- Auto Defects
- Speeding Accidents
- Reckless Driving Accidents
- Road Defects
- Drunk Driving Accidents
- Insurance Claims
As the victim of an auto accident caused by someone else, you shouldn’t have to deal with the repercussions and aftermath on your own. And with the help of a skilled lawyer, you don’t have to.
Talk to a Car Accident Lawyer in Tucson
If you have suffered injuries in a car accident in which someone else was at fault, our lawyers at Russo, Russo & Slania, P.C., believe you may deserve compensation for the undue harm and suffering you have gone through. Speak with us today at (520) 529-1515 about your situation and what we can possibly do to help you fight against the party who caused your accident.
Car Accident FAQs
How can I tell who is to blame for the crash?
In car accident cases, the courts look to determine liability, or legal responsibility, for the crash. The liable party or parties can then be forced to pay damages to the plaintiff. It can be immensely difficult for an average person to determine who should be held accountable for a car accident. When you’re a victim of a crash, you might not possess every necessary detail. Additionally, individuals are seldom aware of all of the laws that can be used to protect them in the event of a crash. The good news is that the courts do not expect you to be able to investigate the accident on your own. An experienced car accidents attorney will be able to determine whether another driver, a vehicle manufacturer, or another party can share the legal blame.
A crash occurred because I lost control of my car. Am I legally responsible for the accident?
It depends. A wide variety of causes can make you lose control of your vehicle, and you cannot be held responsible for all of them. For example, you might have been performing an emergency maneuver made necessary by another driver’s error. Road conditions might have caused your car to spin out. Perhaps your vehicle itself malfunctioned. It can be hard to determine the precise cause of a crash, but an experienced attorney can help you determine whether another party shares some blame for the accident. A construction company that created dangerous road conditions should shoulder at least some liability for an accident they caused. Car manufacturers can also be taken to court for making unsafe vehicles.
Is it financially worth it to pursue a car accident case?
Many people assume that a car accident case will take up their valuable time and result in an overall monetary loss. However, people victimized in a crash by another liable party are legally due financial compensation. Far too many victims are losing out on the monetary recompense they deserve and need. Crashes often leave victims with high medical bills and wages lost from work, not to mention pain and suffering. Courts can award damages to cover the costs of your accident-related injuries. A knowledgeable car accident attorney can help you determine whether it would be beneficial for you to pursue your case. Without legal counsel, you risk losing out on substantial monetary compensation.