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Speeding Accident Injury Compensation Claims

Posted on behalf of Goldberg Finnegan, LLC on May 05, 2014 in Car Accidents

close up of a vehicle speedometerRecklessness is one of the top causes of accidents, and drivers who routinely exceed posted limits are creating an unnecessary risk for themselves and motorists around them. Not only is this behavior irresponsible, it is illegal.

Was your accident caused by a speeding driver?

Did you know that you could have the right to file a claim for compensation if the person who hit you was driving too fast when your accident took place?

For a free legal consultation, contact Goldberg Finnegan to discuss filing a claim. Our team of highly trained auto accident attorneys have helped to recover MILLIONS in compensation for our clients and are ready to fight for your rights today.

For more information, fill out the contact form on this page for help, or call (888) 213-8140 today and speak to our legal team about the merits of your claim.

At Goldberg Finnegan we offer complimentary consultations and only get paid when we win.

Speeding Accidents Result in More Severe Injuries

In accidents where a vehicle is traveling at high rates of speed, the resulting injuries or property damage will be greater.

Sadly, research from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reveals that few drivers believe speeding is, in fact, a highly dangerous behavior, despite the fact that the agency says that risk of death, debilitating injuries and disfigurement doubles for every 10 mph that a vehicle travels above 50 mph.

Causes of Speeding Accidents

Exceeding speed limits can be done consciously or without intent. Drivers can purposely be trying to arrive at their destination sooner, or they could simply not be paying attention to the amount of pressure they are applying to the gas pedal.

Common reasons people speed include:

  • Aggression
  • Belief that driving too fast is not dangerous
  • Distracted driving
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI)
  • Inexperience
  • Negligence

Regardless of the excuse, driving at speeds too fast for conditions or above posted speed limits is illegal in every state. If you believe that the accident that injured you was the result of a negligent driver, seek legal advice from an attorney.

Contact Goldberg Finnegan for a Free Legal Consultation of Your Speeding Accident Lawsuit

The attorneys at Goldberg Finnegan have comprehensive experience litigating crash injury claims. Our firm believes that if the person who caused your accident was being reckless, you deserve to be compensated for what was taken from you.

We offer free case evaluations to all potential clients and we do not accept legal fees unless we win your case.

Don't delay. Fill out the free case evaluation form on this page to get started today or call Goldberg Finnegan at (888) 213-8140.

At Goldberg Finnegan, we offer FREE consultations and are here to help.

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