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Failure to Yield Accident Lawsuits

yield signWhen you head out on the road, you expect that other drivers will exercise caution and obey traffic laws. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Drivers who fail to yield the right of way are often negligent or aggressive drivers who endanger everyone on the road. Failure to yield accidents happen often and can lead to devastating injuries to other drivers and passengers, pedestrians, and bicyclists.

If you have been injured in an auto accident caused by another drivers failure to yield, you need Stephens, Anderson, & Cummings on your side. Our seasoned auto accident attorneys will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. For years, we have been helping our clients recover maximum injury compensation.

Call (877) 920-9009 or contact us online today to schedule your free case evaluation.

What is Failure to Yield?

Drivers must yield to drivers who have the right of way, allowing that driver to act first. The following traffic situations are ones that require drivers to yield, allowing the driver who has the right away to have the road and act first:

  • Turning left onto a crowded road
  • Coming to a stop sign, stoplight, or flashing red light
  • Allowing other drivers to clear an intersection before you enter
  • Merging onto a highway or other roadway
  • Entering a round about
  • Exiting your driveway or a parking lot
  • Yielding to bicyclists and pedestrians
  • Yielding to emergency response vehicles

Determining Liability

In the case of a failure to yield crash, you can determine who should be held liable by first identifying who had the right of way. Once this is established, liability can be clearly assigned to the party who failed to honor the right of way.

Your auto accident attorney will work to prove the at-fault drivers liability by gathering witness testimony, accounts from law enforcement, photos from the scene, and other evidence. Establishing who is at-fault can be simplified if the responding law enforcement officer issued a citation for the traffic offense.

Texas Failure to Yield Accident Lawyers

Failure to yield accidents can lead to a number of serious injuries that can leave you struggling under the pressure of lost wages and mounting medical bills. If you have been injured, turn to the auto accident attorneys you can trust. With years of experience representing the best interests of our clients, we are committed to getting you the justice you deserve.

We have the drive and passion to fight for your rights and will not stop until you receive the level of compensation you deserve for your injuries or loss of a loved one. We offer free consultations and work on a contingency basis. This means we do not get paid unless you win.

Lets Win This!®

Let the Fort Worth personal injury lawyers at Stephens, Anderson & Cummings get to work on your failure to yield accident case. We will fully investigate your claim and determine who had the right of way and who should be held liable for your injuries. We are ready to fight for your rights.

Call (877) 920-9009 or complete a Free Case Evaluation form to get started today.