Colorado Springs Speeding Car Accident Lawyer
If you were hit by a speeding driver, we can help
One of the most common causes of Colorado Springs car accidents is speeding. In fact, speeding is arguably the main cause of accidents: speed is the most frequently cited crash factor in accident investigations, according to state data. Driving too fast might not seem like a serious matter, but excessive speeding remains on the leading causes of serious car accidents. In an instant, you or a loved one can sustain a serious injury due to a crash caused by a speeding driver.
Knowing what to do after a speeding accident can be confusing. Even knowing what your rights are might not be clear. Fortunately, you’re not alone. We can help.
Our speeding accident lawyer can investigate your crash and handle your claim
Colorado Springs speeding accident attorney Stephen A. Longo and his talented legal team at The Longo Firm, LLC have the knowledge and the skills you need to succeed. We know how to prove someone was speeding and how to fight for full compensation for your injuries.
You’ll notice the difference the first time you deal with our law firm. We won’t race through your free case evaluation. We’ll take the time to listen to what happened and answer any questions you might have about your accident claim.
Throughout your case, we will take the same detailed approach. We’ll carefully investigate your crash. If you have any questions, you can call attorney Longo directly on his personal phone. We work this way because we believe we should be accessible on your terms. Your best interests always come first here.
How does speeding cause accidents?
Speeding drivers cause a wide range of accidents. That’s because they often don’t have enough time or space to slow down and avoid a collision with another vehicle, pedestrian or bicycle. Some of the most common car accidents involving speeding include:
- Rear-end accidents caused by speeding drivers tailgating and following the vehicle in front too closely.
- Distracted driving accidents caused by texting drivers going too fast who lose control of the vehicle and crash into another car.
- Drunk driving accidents caused by drivers under the influence going too fast who cross the center line or run a red light, causing a serious intersection accident or head-on collision.
- Aggressive drivers going too fast, especially on highways, where such reckless drivers often change lanes without warning or weave in and out of traffic.
Is this how your Colorado Springs speeding accident happened? Or are you dealing with a different situation? Whatever the circumstances of your high-speed collision, an experienced attorney can thoroughly investigate your crash and demand the money you deserve for your accident-related expenses.
How do investigators determine if speed was a factor?
State or local police investigating your accident – along with insurance companies and other interested parties – look for key evidence when determining if speed was a factor in an accident. Such evidence may include:
- The length of the skid marks on the road.
- The absence of skid marks on the road in certain circumstances.
- The severity of the damage to the vehicles involved in the crash.
- Eyewitness testimony, especially if someone saw one driver going too fast.
Insurance companies are especially interested in whether someone was speeding since one driver might be blamed for causing the crash if they were driving very fast. This is important in Colorado and Arizona since the at-fault driver’s insurance company is responsible for compensating injury victims. This is due to each state’s fault-based insurance system.
When your accident is being investigated, it’s important to have someone investigating your crash on your behalf. Our Colorado Springs speeding accident lawyer can do this and search for evidence in support of your case. That way, you can demand the money you rightfully deserve for your accident.
How much is my speeding accident worth?
There’s no set dollar amount when it comes to speeding accident claims. Some might be worth a few thousand dollars. Others might be worth significantly more. What matters is you should be compensated for all your expenses related to your crash. This includes your current expenses, as well as all future anticipated expenses, including money for:
- Medical care and future anticipated medical expenses.
- Vehicle repair or replacement costs.
- Replacement income if you cannot work during your recovery.
- Future income if you cannot return to work due to a severe injury or permanent disability.
Injuries sustained in high speed accidents can often be serious. You shouldn’t have to worry about if you’ll have enough money to pay your bills. That’s why it’s critical that you have our experienced lawyer on your side, fighting for your rights after your accident.
Get the Colorado law firm that gets results. Contact us.
Don’t simply assume the at-fault driver’s insurance company will pay for all your accident-related expenses. In many cases, insurance companies and their lawyers do everything they can to pay injury victims as little as possible or nothing at all, especially in cases involving high-speed crashes.
They don’t scare us. We know how to take on insurance companies and demand the money you deserve. Whether it’s negotiating a fair settlement on your behalf or filing a lawsuit and fighting for you in court, we won’t back down when it matters most.
Put your trust in a Colorado Springs speeding accident attorney who puts your needs first. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation today. We can review your case and answer any questions you might have. Don’t delay. Call today. We can help.