Richmond Drowsy Driving Accident Lawyers
Were You in an Accident Caused by a Drowsy Driver?
"Drowsy driving" has become one of the most common causes of
car accidents. In fact, according to a study by the AAA Foundation for
Traffic Safety, they account for approximately 17 percent of
car accidents that result in another's death. At the
Halperin Law Center, we believe that our clients deserve to be represented to the fullest
in pursuit of fair compensation for the accident and their injuries.
You should never be made to pay for the costs of your
car accident on your own if you know another person caused it. We urge you to contact
our Richmond car accident attorneys and
request a free case review.
Taking Action Against Tired Drivers
In Virginia, a tired driver is dangerous – nearly as dangerous as a
drunk driver. A driver who nods off while driving might swerve or weave in and out
of the lanes without even realizing it. Because they are not alert, they
lack the necessary judgment to brake in time and prevent a collision or
avoid an obstacle.
These individuals are more likely to cause a drowsy driving accident:
Truck drivers and other commercial drivers
- Employees who work the night shift
- Individuals who have been prescribed certain medications
- Those who have an untreated medical condition
- Business travelers
As Richmond car accident attorneys, we are committed to helping our clients
find the maximum possible compensation for their injuries. If someone
else is to blame for your accident, you have the right to take action
and hold them accountable for their actions or inactions. The compensation
you receive can be used to cover the costs of medical bills and treatment,
lost wages, rehabilitation, counseling, and other expenses incurred.
Contact Our Auto Accident Lawyers Today – (804) 220-0223
While many of us know how to prevent a tired driver accident from happening,
we still cannot control what others are capable of doing. That is why
it is important that you take legal action and find justice for your accident.
Please call us today at (804) 220-0223 to schedule a free case review.