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Parking Lots and Car Accident Dangers

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Jul 09, 2015 in Auto Accident

Tennessee Parking Lot Accident AttorneysA parking lot can be a deceptively dangerous environment. Car accident victims can suffer serious injuries and long-term consequences.

No matter what type of accident you have been involved in, even if it is a simple parking lot accident, it is imperative that you contact an experienced car accident attorney as soon as possible to explore your legal options.

Parking lot collisions are quite common. Accidents often occur at a low rate of speed and consequences can vary from fender-benders to life-threatening accidents involving pedestrians.

There are several risk factors for car wrecks inside parking lots:

  • Congestion: Higher vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
  • Backing out: Blind spots are created when vehicles are parked on either side, which creates poor visibility of pedestrians.
  • Speed: Tragedy often occurs when drivers dont follow posted limits.

In some cases, such as texting and driving, you may be accused of contributing or even causing your injuries. Depending on the type of accident, there may be one or multiple parties involved in accidents regarding parking lot injuries.

Our team of experts will work with you to find the facts, hear your needs, and tailor a solid case to your unique situation with empathy, compassion, and hard work. We will determine what happened, who was at fault, and what the laws are that can and will protect you and ensure a fair trial and a favorable result.

With our primary office located in Knox County, TN, we are here to help auto collision injury victims, and are licensed to practice law across the entire state of Tennessee. We have recovered in excess of $250 Million in compensation for our clients and can provide the knowledge and experience that is necessary to handle you auto injury litigation.

For a free claim review, call (865) 247-0080 or fill out an online contact form.

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