Driving under the influence can injure and kill. So can distractions while driving – such as text messaging and cell phones, inexperience and defective gas pedals. Faulty tires, loud music, and fatigue can contribute to serious, even fatal car, truck, or motorcycle accidents. Some days, the sheer volume of traffic contributes to injury accidents. Road rage by angry drivers is increasingly cited as the cause of accidents on the road.
Loss of limbs, life, brain function, ability to work, all wreak havoc that extends beyond the crash. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of brain, head and spinal cord injuries. Seeking advice from a personal injury attorney experienced in evaluating long term injury is critical for accident victims seeking justice.
Increase in Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents
Many injured victims involved in motor vehicle accidents were not in a motor vehicle at all. Pedestrians, bicyclists, innocent people in crosswalks or in a storefront window can become victims of motor vehicle accidents. Attorney Peter Commette is a tough, well respected litigator, with an AV rating, the highest rating available from Martindale-Hubbell for ability and ethics. Peter Commette and his team of associates are skilled at determining the facts surrounding the accident, fault, and long term impact of your injuries. Turning to Peter M. Commette, P. A. for a free consultation is the first step in resolving your case with the best possible outcome. Before you sign any papers presented to you by any insurance company, it is your right to seek legal advice.
If you believe you have a legal claim for serious personal injury or wrongful death involving an auto accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, bicycle or pedestrian accident, call the offices of Peter M. Commette, P. A. and ask for a free consultation. Be aware that all states limit the time that your attorney can recover damages on your behalf. Once this time frame has elapsed, it may be impossible to recover anything. Therefore, it is in your interest to call Peter M. Commette, P. A. early in the process.