Were you recently in an accident where the other driver blamed 'hydroplaning' for losing control of their vehicle? Hydroplaning occurs when a vehicle's tires slide across a wet surface, and it can result in chain reaction crashes that cause injuries. While some hydroplaning incidents may be unavoidable, many can be prevented with proper driving techniques.
Negligent driving practices can cause hydroplaning, including driving recklessly on wet roads, driving with under-inflated tires, driving through standing water at high speeds, making sharp or sudden turns in wet conditions, and failing to maintain adequate tires on a vehicle. In some cases, an accident could have been avoided if the driver had been more careful, and the blame falls on them.
If you or a loved one were hurt in an accident due to someone's careless driving, you may have a case that proves their negligence, and you could potentially receive compensation for any pain or suffering you experienced. At the law offices of T. Verner Smith, we represent clients who have suffered personal injury due to the negligence of others. These lawsuits not only provide compensation for those who were wrongfully hurt, but also promote safety standards for all.
Contact us for a case review and a free consultation at (731) 423-1888
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