Common Causes of Ambulance and Car Accidents
While many factors may have contributed to your ambulance accident, some of the most common causes include the ambulance’s large blind spots, as well as a driver who is unqualified or not adequately trained to drive an ambulance, who lacks adequate rest, who is taking certain medications, or who fails to obey traffic laws or misunderstands the law of emergency vehicles.
If you have been involved in an accident with an ambulance, our personal injury attorneys can help to ensure that the driver and ambulance company are held liable for any negligence on their part that resulted in your injuries. We will hire a professional to investigate the accident scene in order to determine fault and defend you against any claims that you were partially to blame.
It is important to contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible after you are injured in a traffic accident. Any delay can significantly reduce your recovery. When you call our firm, you will speak to a knowledgeable attorney who will review your case and prepare all of the legal documents required to assist you recover compensation for your injuries.
You may be entitled to recovery for injuries such as a broken or bloody nose, skin lacerations, broken bones, and whiplash, as well as more serious injuries.