Las Vegas Failure-to-Yield Accident Attorneys

Shook & Stone - Las Vegas Failure to Yield Accident Lawyers

One of the Best Las Vegas Auto Accident Law Firms

Shook & Stone are personal injury attorneys in Las Vegas that have recovered over 750 million for our clients.

Yielding the right-of-way is not always easy, but it is the law. When another driver fails to yield, and an accident occurs, you have a right to compensation. The experienced personal injury lawyers at Shook & Stone in Las Vegas have represented many clients who were injured in failure-to-yield accidents, and we may be able to help you, too.

What Is a Failure-to-Yield Accident?

A failure-to-yield accident occurs when one driver does not yield the right-of-way to another driver who has the right-of-way. These accidents often happen at intersections, but they can also occur when one driver is trying to merge onto a highway.

There are many different ways that a driver can fail to yield. Some common examples include:

No matter how your accident happened, if another driver failed to yield and you were injured, our Las Vegas failure to yield accident attorneys can help.

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Who Is at Fault for a Failure to Yield Accident?

In most cases, the driver who did not yield the right-of-way will be at fault for the accident.

However, there are some exceptions.

For example, if both drivers had a green light but one driver ran a red light, that driver would be at fault.

To determine who is at fault for your accident, your lawyer will investigate the circumstances of the accident and collect evidence to support your claim.

This may include witness statements, video footage, and photos of the accident scene. Once we have this evidence, we will work to build a strong case against the at-fault driver.

How to Prove Liability in a Failure to Yield Accident Case

To recover compensation after a failure-to-yield accident, you will need to prove that the other driver was at fault. There are many different ways to do this, but some of the most common include:

To prove that the other driver was at fault, your lawyer will investigate the circumstances of the accident and collect evidence to support your claim. This may include witness statements, video footage, and photos of the accident scene. Once we have this evidence, we will work to build a strong case against the at-fault driver.

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What Compensation Can I Recover in a Failure to Yield Accident Case?

f you were injured in a failure-to-yield accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. The amount of compensation you are eligible to receive will depend on the severity of your injuries and other factors in your case.

Some of the types of compensation our Las Vegas failure to yield accident lawyers may be able to help you recover include:

Filing a Lawsuit After a Failure to Yield Accident

If you were injured in a failure-to-yield accident, you may be wondering whether you should file a lawsuit. The answer depends on many factors, including the severity of your injuries and who was at fault for the accident.

Our Las Vegas car accident attorneys can help you understand your legal options and make the best decision for your case.

We will thoroughly investigate your accident, collect evidence, and build a strong case on your behalf. If we believe filing a lawsuit is in your best interests, we will aggressively pursue the maximum compensation you are entitled to.

We offer a free, no-obligation consultation so you can learn more about your legal rights and options without any pressure to hire our firm. To schedule a free consultation, call us today at 702-570-0000 or contact us online.

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Las Vegas, NV 89101
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Las Vegas, NV 89148
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