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Miami Lane-Changing Accidents

Miami Personal Injury Law Firm Serving Motor Vehicle Accident Claims involving Lane-Changes in Miami-Dade and Broward County

Perazzo Law provides full-service legal representation to victims injured in accidents involving lane changes on Miami roads and streets.  The entire staff is fully dedicated to serving accident victims by providing constant updates and attending to all of our clients doubts or concerns throughout the entire legal process and until a settlement that satisfies our clients is reached. Perazzo Law places its client's best interests at the forefront of all accident claims.  See Car Accidents

  • I was hurt in an car accident after a driver switched lanes.
  • I got cut-off by a car or truck while riding your motorcycle.
  • I crashed my bike when a car switched lanes abruptly.

If any of these apply to you, a friend or relative, Perazzo Law recommends you read the text below:

Perazzo Law knows from car accident litigation experience that cars, trucks, motorcycles, or any other motor vehicles do not change lanes on their own, unless a tire blows out or another mechanical flaw leads to the vehicle abruptly changing lanes while driving along a Florida highway or Miami street. Most often or not, motor vehicles change lanes because the operator or the vehicle maneuvers into another lane that me be occupied or have another vehicle approaching that lane at a very high speed. When vehicles change lanes abruptly on Miami Roadway or streets, the chances of an accident are high, especially if any of the safety rules or tips listed below apply:

  1. The operator failed to turn on the vehicle's turn signal when making a lane change.
  2. The operator failed to check the vehicle's mirror before making a lane change.
  3. The operator failed to check the vehicle's blind spot by looking over his/her shoulder.
  4. The operator failed to determine of it was safe to make a lane change.
  5. The operator failed to turn off the vehicle's turn signal after changing lanes.
  6. The driver was under the influence of narcotics or driving drunk when making a lane change.
  7. The vehicle suffered mechanical problems that lead to an abrupt lane change that caused an accident.
  8. A third party motorist caused the vehicle to make an abrupt lane change which resulted in an accident on a Miami highway, avenue or street.
  9. A driver may fall asleep at the wheel and drift into another lane.
  10. An obstacle on a roadway, avenue, or street may cause a slow moving vehicle to make a sudden lane change and cause another vehicle traveling at high speed to crash into it.

The Perazzo Law Firm of highly trained Personal Injury Attorneys and staff, have the experience to handle all sorts of Miami car, truck, and motorcycle accident insurance claims for compensation for injuries, property damage and loss from accidents that involve lane changes on Miami motorways, avenues, and streets. Despite new technological advances like sensors for motor vehicles to determine safe lane-changing conditions, lane change accidents in Miami continue to occur, especially when involving vehicles and operators acting negligently behind the wheel of cars, trucks, or motorcycle. Florida law mandates that motorists make sure that lane changes are safe when doing so. When a vehicle operator fails to do so and an accident occurs which results in personal injury, property damage, loss, or wrongful death, victims may file a personal injury claim for compensation to cover medical costs, property damage, lost wages, etc. Miami, Car Accidents and Perazzo Law go hand-in-hand when it comes to understanding car accidents involving lane-changes. 

The Perazzo Law Firm Staff of Car Accident Attorneys that handle Lane Change accidents Share best advice for determining Fault in Lane Changing accidents on Miami roadways, avenues, or streets.

It is fundamental for our Personal Injury attorneys handling accident claims for compensation stemming from lane change incidents to determine fault by the motorists, individuals, or circumstances that lead to accident from a lane change; especially when dealing with insurance companies. Passengers or eyewitness testimony is fundamental for determining fault for lane change accidents. As well as video camera surveillance and prompt response by the authorities and medical rescue units in the event of serious personal injury suffered by victims of lane change accidents. Most often, a motorist entering a driving lane that crashes into another vehicle is usually found at fault. Basically, because of breech or responsibility or any of the above mentioned circumstances leading to lane change collisions in Miami. Miami highway on/off ramps are popular among lane change accidents as motorists change lanes negligently to exit or get on a highway. Usually because motorists react spontaneously to on/off ramps perhaps due to being distracted or disoriented while driving on Miami's complex roadway system. Bad weather also plays an important part in sudden lane change accidents on highways because exit markers become difficult to see. Regardless of whether or not another motorist is negligent, his/her insurance company covers injured parties suffering personal injury, property damage, loss, or wrongful death from a lane change accident on a highway. Perazzo Law also handles lane change accidents involving motorcycle riders operating their bikes negligently when splitting lanes on highways and avenues.Some other factors that determine whether or not a driver is at fault include whether there was adequate space available in the next lane to allow a safe merge of the vehicle and whether the existing weather conditions would have reasonably necessitated more caution on the part of the driver attempting a lane change.

The Proof Accident Victims Presenting Lane Change Accident Claims Need:
  • The vehicle that changed lanes did not turn-on its turn signal when changing lanes, either at all or in time for another motorist to react.
  • The operator of the vehicle that changed lanes did not allocate enough space for the driver approaching to react appropriately to the lane change.
  • The driver that changed lanes did so in line with all proper guidelines for lane changes, nevertheless, was crashed into by a vehicle approaching at high speed or negligently.
  • An official police report on the lane change accident.
  • Official medical report and records of any costs incurred due to injuries.
  • Damage reports and photographs of the accident scene.

The above listed guidelines for proving negligence for an accident involving lane changes are fundamental for building a Compensation Claims for injuries, property damage, or loss.

The Perazzo Law Firm urges car, truck, or motorcycle accident victims to contact our Miami or North Miami Beach offices ONLINE or CALL (786) LAWS-411 for a FREE initial consultation.


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