Single vehicle accidents can occur when a driver collides with a stationary object in the road or on the side of the road. If you are a passenger in a single vehicle accident, you may have a legal cause of action against the negligent driver.
The team at Rostam Law is comprised of experienced single vehicle accident lawyers in Los Angeles and San Diego. We can review the circumstances and facts surrounding your accident and explain all of your legal options to you.
Single-vehicle accidents can occur when the driver is not giving proper attention to the road. They can also occur when the driver is speeding, fails to abide by the rules of the road, or otherwise drives in a reckless or careless manner. Alternatively, a single-vehicle accident can occur when the driver is under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Following a single-vehicle collision, you may be able to take legal action against the negligent driver. Alternatively, or in addition to suing the driver, you may be able to file a claim against the owner of the vehicle. This is particularly true if the owner gave the driver permission to operate the vehicle in question.
If you have suffered injuries in a single-vehicle collision, you may be able to make a claim for damages. You may be able to obtain compensation for:
- Related medical bills and treatment
- Lost income
- Pain, suffering, inconvenience
- Loss of enjoyment of life
Speak with our Los Angeles or San Diego vehicle accident attorneys to learn what your claim might be worth.
Just because a motor vehicle collision only involves one vehicle does not mean that you are exempted from obtaining compensation for your injuries. If the single-vehicle accident occurred because of the driver’s negligence, you may be able to pursue a claim against him or her. The experienced Los Angeles and San Diego vehicle accident attorney at Rostam Law may be able to do just that.
For a free legal consultation and case evaluation with an experienced single-vehicle accident lawyer, call us at 888.416.5006 or contact us online.