When to Hire A Multi-Vehicle Car Crash Attorney in Florida? | Louis Law Group

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Are you looking for a Multi-Vehicle Car Crash Attorney?

A multi-vehicle car crash is a serious incident because it can cause several personal injuries and significant damage to multiple vehicles. This type of car crash accident usually starts with one or two cars but then escalates into a chain reaction of car crashes involving other drivers nearby.

If you have been injured or suffered vehicle damage in a multi-vehicle car crash, you might be confused about who is responsible. Furthermore, you may have questions about whether you file an insurance claim for each driver involved. We can help you answer those questions.

Louis Law Group has multi-vehicle car crash attorneys specializing in traffic accident cases involving multiple vehicles. We’ll oversee the entire case on your behalf and pursue compensation from the parties responsible for causing the accident.

Call us at (954) 676-4179 or email us here to request a consultation.

Why Should You Hire a Multi-Vehicle Car Crash Attorney?

Multi-vehicle car crashes are common at intersections, two-way streets, and multi-lane highways. It only takes one driver to rear-end another driver for a chain reaction of collisions to follow. A head-on collision between two drivers may also cause a chain reaction of crashes with the drivers behind them as well.

Here are some examples of multi-vehicle car crashes:

  • Multiple cars crash into each other at an intersection because one driver goes through a red light or stop sign or fails to yield at a right of way.
  • A driver’s car gets rear-ended from behind, forcing his vehicle forward and causing them to rear-end the car in front of them.
  • A driver swerves into another lane to avoid debris or pass another vehicle but hits a car in that other lane. Then additional cars crash into them.

Have you ever seen news reports involving a multi-car pileup on the highway? Those types of incidents happen because one car crashes into another vehicle, and then the cars behind them are going too fast to avoid the danger in front of them. So they end up crashing into the original two cars, and it continues for some time. 

What causes the initial crash in the first place? The most common reasons include:

  • Sleepy driver
  • Drunk driver
  • Distracted driver
  • Tailgating
  • Speeding
  • Aggressive driving
  • Changing lanes without signaling
  • Failure to yield the right of way of another driver or pedestrian

Multi-vehicle car crashes are complicated traffic accidents because it can be challenging to prove who is liable for causing them. Most drivers involved in a multi-vehicle car accident will blame the other drivers rather than themselves. The only way to determine the percentage of liability of each driver is to examine the facts and evidence surrounding the incident. That is what a multi-vehicle car crash attorney does best.  

Why Hire Louis Law Group?

Louis Law Group has a dedicated team of multi-vehicle car crash attorneys who know how to investigate multi-vehicle car crash cases and apply the law to determine the percentage of liability of each driver. If the other drivers in your case have a higher liability percentage than you, we will make sure they pay the maximum compensation owed under the law. 

Florida applies a comparative fault law to multi-vehicle car accident cases. The law requires compensation to get proportionately paid to the injured person by each at-fault driver based on their percentage of liability over the accident. Several factors determine each driver’s liability percentage.

Our multi-vehicle car crash attorneys will collect and review the following pieces of evidence to prove the other drivers’ liability in your case:

  • Witness testimonies
  • Vehicle damage severity
  • Road conditions at the time of the accident
  • Police reports showing which drivers failed to obey traffic laws
  • Weather conditions
  • Photographs of the accident scene
  • Skid marks on the road
  • Medical reports

Even if the evidence shows you have some degree of personal liability in the multi-vehicle car crash, the other drivers may have more liability. So we would advise you to contact Louis Law Group no matter who or what you think might have caused your multi-vehicle car crash accident. We can review the details of your case and advise you on the next steps you should take.

Contact Us

Have you been involved in a multi-vehicle car crash in Florida? Call us at (954) 676-4179 or email us here for a free consultation on your case.

We serve clients involved in uninsured driver accidents all across South Florida. These locations include:

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Are you in need of a multi-vehicle car attorney? Our trained and experienced lawyers go the extra mile to fight for our clients and to make sure they receive the maximum amount of compensation for their injuries. We encourage you to contact us today. Call (954) 676-4179 for a free consultation.


What is your process for managing a multi-vehicle car crash case?

Louis Law Group offers comprehensive legal representation for all our clients seeking compensation for a multi-vehicle car crash incident. We’ll review and collect evidence, negotiate with insurance adjusters, and use our legal knowledge to determine the level of liability per driver.

Our attorneys will attempt to negotiate settlements with the insurance companies and lawyers of the at-fault drivers involved. But if we cannot reach an agreement with any of the at-fault drivers or their representatives, we will proceed to file a civil suit against them on your behalf. From there, we will represent your case in court and seek maximum compensation for your injuries.

Why should I choose your law firm?

We are one of the most experienced and skilled law firms for managing multi-vehicle car crash cases. Our attorneys have a high rate of successfully winning these particular types of cases. Your case will be in good hands with us.

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