High-Speed Car Accident Attorney

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Speed kills. Driving over the speed limit or too fast for conditions is the cause of more traffic accidents than any other except distracted driving. Speeding is a major cause of car accidents and traffic-related deaths in Georgia, Florida, and across the US. 

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), nearly 10,000 people die each year in speed-related crashes. The agency estimates that speed-related traffic deaths are up almost 15% in some areas

If you or someone you love has been injured in a high-speed accident, our team of compassionate, experienced attorneys at Farah & Farah are ready to help you. Get started by scheduling your free case review online or by calling us at 866-720-3775 for a no-obligation consultation. 

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What Constitutes Speeding in Florida & Georgia?

Speeding is a more complex concept than it may seem. More than simply adhering to posted speed limits, Georgia and Florida statutes require drivers to consider a number of factors when determining safe and reasonable speeds. 

These factors could include weather conditions, road work, or the presence of pedestrians or animals. Traveling too fast for conditions can be considered speeding, regardless of posted limits. 

Causes of High-Speed Accidents and How They Can Happen

High-speed accidents share causes with many other types of traffic accidents, but the high rate of speed makes them that much more deadly. These causes include

Who Is at Fault in a High-Speed Accident?

Speed can multiply the severity of damage and injury incurred in an accident. If you have been the victim of a high-speed crash as a result of another driver’s negligence, you could be facing grave injuries, loss of transportation and wages, long-term medical bills, and more. 

Every driver has a duty of care toward fellow motorists, and in the aftermath of a high-speed accident, police, investigators, and the courts will work to determine who was at fault. However, even in the most clear-cut cases, the insurance company may try to undervalue your pain and suffering. A high-speed accident attorney can help you petition for what you are owed

In the face of potentially life-changing injuries and disruptions to your life, trust the team of experienced high-speed crash attorneys at Farah & Farah to stand by your side and fight for the justice you deserve. We will see that every detail is investigated, every deadline met, and every negligent party held accountable. 

What Kind of Compensation Can I Seek?

You can ask for compensation for any losses the negligent driver caused you to incur, including:

If the unthinkable should occur and you lose a loved one due to a negligent driver, you and your family may be entitled to any of the following damages:

Even your own insurance company may attempt to lowball a settlement in the aftermath of an accident. You can trust that our high-speed accident attorneys will fight to maximize a settlement so that you can focus on what matters: getting your life back. 

Our High-Speed Accident Lawyers are Ready to Serve You

Since 1979, Farah & Farah has successfully represented Florida and Georgia drivers who have been the victims of negligent drivers. Our team of high-speed accident lawyers has the experience and expertise to take on the insurance companies and make sure you get the justice you deserve. 

We are passionate about standing up for what’s right. That’s why we work on a contingency fee basis. That means you won’t have to pay for anything unless we win your case

You shouldn’t have to fight the insurance companies by yourself.  Call Farah & Farah today at 877-245-6707 to schedule your free consultation now.

Eddie Farah and Chuck Farah meeting with attorney Rick Staggard