Auto Negligence in Nebraska
What constitutes negligence in a car accident?
Anyone who gets behind the wheel of a car accepts a major responsibility
to avoid causing accidents. Driving an automobile entails piloting several
thousands of pounds of steel down the road or highway at speeds that are
great enough to injure, maim, or kill another person in the event of a
collision. Many drivers, however, fail to realize just how important it
is to take every possible precaution to prevent a crash.
When a driver's careless or reckless actions on the road constitute
a failure to live up to reasonable standards of safety, he or she can
- and should - be held accountable for negligence.
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What are the most common types of auto negligence?
According to the Nebraska Department of Roads'
2011 Traffic Crash Facts annual report, there were a total of 32,302 motor vehicle collisions last
year, 27,772 of which were caused by some form of improper driving.
The most common types of driver negligence included:
- Failure to yield right of way
- Driving erratically
- Leaving the lane
- Disregarding traffic controls, such as red lights and stop signs
Hurt in a car accident? Learn how we can help you!
Whether your accident was the result of drinking and driving or texting
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The Robert Pahlke Law Group is ready to fight for you. We take pride in fighting for the rights of
accident victims because we not only help our clients claim fair compensation
for their injuries, but also serve to make the roads of Nebraska safer.
Drivers who are found liable for causing accidents through reckless or
careless driving are typically charged significantly higher rates for
insurance due to the fact that attorneys such as us are likely to file
a claim for damages on behalf of the accident victims.
Contact us now to learn whether you have grounds for a claim and to allow us to begin
working on your case!