If You Were Hit by a Speeding Driver, We Can Help
Call an experienced Gilbert, AZ accident attorney who gets results
Speeding is dangerous. A speeding driver can easily cause a car accident that leaves people with serious injuries. Whether you were hit by a speeding driver on the Loop 202, Elliot Road, U.S. 60, or Higley Road, you need an experienced car accident lawyer who is ready to fight for the financial compensation you deserve.
Attorney Byron Browne of Browne Law Group fights for the injured in Gilbert and throughout Maricopa County. He knows the impact an injury can have on victims and their families. He understands the obstacles they face when dealing with insurance companies. When insurance companies fight claims, he fights back.
Why are speeding accidents so dangerous?
The force of impact in a collision is greater at higher speeds. This means there is more damage to the vehicle and victims suffer more serious injuries. Drivers of other vehicles have less time to react to try to avoid a crash. A speeding driver may have also been engaging in other dangerous behavior, such as aggressively changing lanes.
Victims of speeding accidents can suffer a wide range of injuries, including:
- broken bones
- spinal cord injuries
- herniated discs
- fractured vertebrae
- concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- neck and shoulder injuries
- damage to internal organs.
Expenses for medical treatment can add up fast. Victims may need X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, diagnostic tests, and surgery. They may need to stay in the hospital, and recovery may include medication, physical therapy, home care, and follow-up visits with doctors. If they can’t work, there is less money coming in. This can lead to financial stress.
After a car accident, your situation can become complicated
Negligent drivers often deny they were speeding after an accident. They may even try to blame you for what happened. That puts you in the position of having to prove they were speeding and caused the crash.
Then there are the insurance companies. They’re not interested in giving you fair compensation. They’re interested in saving money by settling your claim for as little as possible. There are different tactics they use to try to do that.
The insurance company may question the seriousness of your injuries. They may seek access to your medical history so they can argue your injuries were pre-existing. They may also try to blame you for the accident. This can potentially reduce your compensation under Arizona’s comparative negligence system.
Or they may simply offer you a quick settlement. What’s wrong with that? Their offer won’t even come close to covering all of your damages. It’s just another way they try to save money on your claim.
Attorney Byron Browne knows all of the games that insurance companies play. And he does not put up with them.
Our no B.S. approach gets the attention of insurance companies
A strong case built on facts gets the best results. That’s why our legal team investigates your speeding accident. We gather evidence, including any video from traffic or security cameras in the area of the crash. We carefully review accident reports, medical records and other documentation. We identify and interview witnesses.
Attorney Byron Browne will handle all communications with the insurance company so you can focus on getting better. He is not afraid to take a tough stance in negotiations until they agree to a settlement that meets your needs.
That means a settlement that includes compensation for all of the damages you suffered. This includes compensation for all current and future medical expenses related to your injury, lost wages, and other damages such as pain and suffering. If they won’t agree to a fair settlement, we’ll be ready to fight for you in court.
We’ll give you regular updates on the progress of your case. And if you have questions or concerns at any point, that’s no problem. All of our clients get Byron Browne’s cell phone number. Feel free to call.
Contact us for a free consultation
If you were hurt in a speeding accident, get legal advice as soon as possible. The statute of limitations for taking legal action is two years. But it takes time to build a strong case. Waiting too long means evidence can be lost and witnesses can forget details.
We know you have questions. You may even wonder if you have a case at all. That’s why we offer a free consultation. Attorney Byron Browne can review the details of your crash, go over your legal options for recovering compensation, and answer any questions you have. There’s no obligation. We just want you to have the information you need.