Burlington High-Speed Accident Attorneys
Reliable Massachusetts Personal Injury Firm
Have you suffered injuries caused by a reckless speeding driver on our local roadways? There are good reasons for the speed limits on the highways of Massachusetts. Speeding vehicles are difficult to control and more difficult to stop, especially when drivers are not paying proper attention to the road. Unfortunately, speed limits are ignored every day, often leading to very serious traffic accidents.
If you or a loved one has been hit by a speeding driver, our Burlington car accident lawyer at DiBella Law Offices, P.C. can help you pursue a claim for compensation. We take the time to truly get to know each and every one of our clients, understanding what is needed for a successful outcome.
Please contact our car accident attorney to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer. From our locations in Boston, Methuen and, Burlington, we have served injured clients for more than a decade, providing top-notch legal representation to many cases.
Filing Injury Claims Against Speeding Drivers
A speeding driver who causes a collision has broken the law, so there is no question about negligence. The driver has exceeded the speed limit and needs to be held responsible for the outcome. However, a competent attorney will need to show that the driver was speeding and there may be further proof necessary to show that the driver was negligent.
High speed accidents can result in a number of different types of accidents, including:
- T-bone accidents
- Head on collisions
- Rollover accidents
If you were hit by a speeding vehicle and would like to pursue the possibility of holding the negligent party responsible in a lawsuit, we are here to help.
All you need to do is call our office at (781) 262-3338 to make an appointment with our skilled Burlington personal injury lawyer.
- How Safe Are Drivers in Massachusetts?
- Five Common Causes Of Massachusetts Car Accidents
- Speeding Accident Fatality Information - Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
- Speeding Traffic Safety Facts - 2015 Data (NHTSA)
- Massachusetts Law about Speed Limits