failure-yieldIf you have been involved in an accident where the other driver failed to yield the right-of-way, and you have suffered severe injuries, you have the right to collect for damages such as:

  • Medical bills
  • Loss of income
  • Emotional and physical damages
  • Car repair

Proving Negligence

There are a number of different “failure to yield” offenses, any of which can lead to serious collisions. However, these cases can be complicated by an accident scene that makes it unclear who is at fault. It is crucial that you prove the other driver’s negligence in a failure to yield auto accident case.  It is also important to take immediate action to preserve important evidence and preserve the full value of your claim.

Experienced auto accident injury lawyers are able to reconstruct the scene and help you get the compensation you deserve.

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Sustaining injuries in an automobile accident can be stressful for you and your loved ones. What makes it even worse is if the accident was caused by another driver’s recklessness. If people do not follow basic rules of driving such as failing to yield the right of way, they are liable for their actions.

The legal team at The Eichholz Law Firm will comprehensively address your case and pursue any and all negligent parties. We thoroughly understand that even though the initial shock of the incident is over, the repercussions are not. Emotional stress can take its toll on the accident victim’s physical well-being. We are here to help.

Our experienced team of legal professionals will assist you in your claim. They know that injuries caused by negligence are not only long-lasting, but can be very expensive as well. Successfully pursuing and recovering compensation due to the victim is what we do.