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When One Car Crashes With Another

Automobile collisions can occur in many different ways. Many serious injuries and deaths occur as the result of another driver’s conduct. When a driver or passenger is injured because of another driver’s carelessness or recklessness, the injured party has the right to hold the at-fault driver responsible.

The Brandi Law Firm‘s lawyers recognize that every automobile accident is different, which is why we take a detailed approach in examining all aspects of a collision in order to obtain maximum compensation for our clients.

About Our Accident Reconstruction Investigations

Our investigation begins immediately with a visit to the scene, where we speak to witnesses if possible, and preserve all available evidence. We work with the industry’s best accident reconstruction experts in order to uncover all potential causes and prove liability.

Common causes of car-car collisions typically turn out to be among the following:

  • Inattentive drivers
  • Speeding
  • Failure to obey traffic signs or signals
  • Intoxication
  • Other general negligence

Defective brakes, seatbelts and other car parts often make the impact of a crash worse on occupants of one or both vehicles. Whatever causative factors we discover, we have a proven track record in taking on insurance companies and negligent drivers and/or manufacturers. Our goal is to ensure that our clients receive full and fair compensation for their injuries.

Get The Investigation Started After Your Traffic Accident

Beware early, insufficient settlement offers from insurers after a car accident. To protect your right to full compensation, get a lawyer on your side as soon as possible.

If one or more of our trial lawyers at The Brandi Law Firm represent you, you will not owe attorney fees until they recover compensation for you. Initial consultations are always free. Call us at 888-309-1224 or email us to schedule a meeting with an attorney with no further obligation.