A driver or passenger, a bicyclist, or a pedestrian can be injured when a driver fails to yield the right of way. If you suffered an injury in a failure to yield car accident, you may get compensation for your injuries.

Did you suffer an injury caused by a driver’s failure to yield the right of way? Call a failure to yield accident lawyer in Florida at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine at 1-800-747-3733 for a free consultation. You concentrate on your recovery while our attorneys work toward getting you compensation for your injuries.

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Issues in an Accident Involving Failure to Yield the Right of Way

Our attorneys investigate your case to determine if a party’s failure to yield the right of way caused your accident.

Determining Who Has the Right of Way

Florida law spells out who has the right of way on the roads:

  • A driver turning left must yield the right of way to approaching vehicles.
  • A driver entering a highway from a private road or a driveway must yield to approaching vehicles.
  • A driver must stop at a traffic control light or a stop sign before entering an intersection.
  • At a four-way stop, the driver of the vehicle first to arrive at the intersection has the right of way.
  • A driver approaching a yield sign must slow down and yield the right of way to approaching vehicles.
  • A driver must yield the right of way to emergency vehicles.
  • Pedestrians have the right of way when walking in a crosswalk.

Proving Liability in an Accident Caused by a Failure to Yield

If you suffered an injury in a traffic crash, our attorneys will work to get you compensation for your injuries. What must our lawyers show?

  • The other party owed you a duty. A driver owed you a duty to yield the right of way.
  • The other party breached this duty. The driver did not stop at a stop sign or entered the road in front of your vehicle.
  • The other party’s action caused your injury.

The other party’s failure to yield does not automatically prove the other party caused the accident. For example, the other party may assert that your vehicle was traveling too fast or brush obstructed a stop sign.

In Florida, your fault does not preclude your recovery. Even if your fault was more than 50 percent, you can recover. Your fault only reduces your recovery by the percentage of your fault.

Gathering Evidence to Show a Party Failed to Yield the Right of Way

Our attorneys gather evidence to prove a driver’s failure to yield the right of way caused your accident:

  • We visit the accident scene and check for skid marks on the pavement.
  • We examine the damage to the vehicle to determine where the other vehicle collided with you.
  • We interview any witnesses to the accident.
  • We gather any footage of the accident from a traffic camera or surveillance camera from a business.
  • We obtain cell phone records to determine if the other driver was on the phone or texting at the time of the accident.
  • We hire an accident reconstructionist to recreate the accident.

Did you suffer an injury in an accident caused by another party’s failure to yield the right of way? Contact a failure to yield accident lawyer in Florida at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine. In Florida, you have four years after your accident to bring a personal injury suit. Do not wait until the time is about to expire to contact a personal injury lawyer. We are ready to start working toward proving the cause of your accident and who was at fault.

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Getting Compensation for Injuries in a Failure to Yield Accident

In Florida, your own insurance pays the first $10,000 for your injuries. If your injury is serious, you can proceed with a personal injury suit against the party who caused the accident.

Types of Injuries in a Failure to Yield Accident

Injuries that may result from a failure to yield accident include the following:

Damages You Can Recover in a Failure to Yield Accident

What damages can you recover when a driver’s failure to yield the right of way causes your accident?

  • Medical expenses
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Lost wages
  • Lost earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Property damage

Proving Damages in a Failure to Yield Accident

What do our attorneys do to prove your damages?

  • Talk to your doctors and medical experts about your injuries
  • If you suffer a catastrophic injury, our team consults a life care planner to determine what medical treatment and care you will need for the rest of your life
  • Consult with an economist to establish your lost earning capacity, or the difference in what you earned before the accident and what you can earn after the accident
  • Talk to you and your family members about the pain and suffering the accident caused—we want to know how the accident changed your life

If you suffer an injury in an accident caused by a driver’s failure to yield the right of way, contact a failure to yield accident lawyer at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine for help. Our attorneys understand your situation and work to get you compensation as soon as possible. Call now so we can get started.

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Settling Your Claim for Injuries in a Failure to Yield Accident

An insurance company may contact you after the accident, wanting to settle your claim. Do not sign anything until you talk to our lawyers. We can negotiate with the insurance company to get you reasonable compensation for your injuries. If we cannot reach a fair settlement, we take the matter to court.

Did you suffer an injury in a failure to yield accident? Call a failure to yield accident lawyer in Florida at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine at 1-800-747-3733 for a free consultation.