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Accidents Caused By Reckless And Dangerous Driving
Careless driving, dangerous driving, speeding and reckless driving are all traffic violations with varying levels of severity and criminal consequences. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for these drivers to cause serious accidents while breaking traffic laws. If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by a reckless driver, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced lawyer.
Different regions have varying legal definitions of reckless driving. Many states across the United States use 20 mph as the benchmark. A driver travelling at speeds greater than 20 mph over the posted limit is no longer speeding — he or she can be considered a reckless driver. At Cross Border Law, we are regularly called upon to represent clients who were injured in motor vehicle accidents. With extensive experience handling cases in both Canada and the U.S., our lawyers can answer questions and provide the guidance necessary to efficiently move through the legal process.
RECKLESS DRIVING · SPEEDING · DANGEROUS DRIVING · CATASTROPHIC INJURIES
The severity of motor vehicle collisions varies greatly depending on the types of vehicles involved and the force of the collision. At different speeds, rear-end collisions, head-on collisions and side-impact collisions can all have dramatically different effects. With offices in both Vancouver and Seattle, our firm has built a network of trusted medical professionals who can be called upon to provide insight regarding serious injuries such as head trauma and paralysis.
A reckless driving accident can occur on highways, city streets or rural roads. If you or a loved one was injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by the negligence of another driver, we invite you to schedule a consultation at either of our offices. Cross Border Law can be reached by phone or through our convenient online contact form. We maintain offices in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Seattle, Washington.