Failure to Yield Auto Accident Lawsuits
Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Aug 19, 2015 in Auto Accidents
When a driver fails to yield and causes an accident due to negligence, serious injuries and fatalities may occur. The reckless driver may be liable for damages and could have to compensate injured victims if litigation is initiated.
Failure to Yield Claims
If you have been in a car crash because of a failure to yield driver, you may be able to submit a claim against the owner of the other vehicle and the other driver for:
- Lost wages
- Cost of care
- Medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
Types of Failure to Yield Accidents
Here are six examples of a failure to yield:
- Not stopping at a stop sign and driving into traffic before oncoming vehicles in the surrounding area have passed through the intersection.
- Not yielding for emergency vehicles when they are engaged in emergency procedures.
- Not yielding when merging onto a highway.
- Not yielding at a flashing red or yellow light.
- Not yielding when a bicyclist has the right of way.
- Not yielding to a pedestrian when they have right of way in a crosswalk.
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