Generally, many motor vehicle accidents result from sun glare which blinds or inhibits the vision of the other driver. Often sun glare can cause another driver to control of a motor vehicle causing it to strike and injure innocent victims. A driver of a car in Massachusetts is responsible for keeping their car under control at all times and sun glare may not be in excuse for causing injury to others. Often sun glare accident can cause serious injuries such as:
- Orthopedic Injuries
- Neurological Injuries
- Head Injuries
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Back Injuries
Often the other driver blames sun glare for an accident. Other drivers attempt to excuse their actions due to this condition. This may not be an excuse and litigation will center upon the conditions of the other driver’s actions. Issues such as traffic patterns and traffic congestion, as well as other conditions of the road, will factor into litigation. Often discovery, which takes place during litigation, can be very helpful in order to establish the liability of the other driver. Oral depositions, written interrogatories, and other forms of civil discovery, can be used in order to convince an insurance carrier, or at times a judge or jury, that the other party is responsible for personal injuries.
If you, a friend or a loved one has been the victim of a sun glare accident, then I am here to assist in any way possible.
I am available for home visits and hospital visits. We are located in Worcester, Massachusetts at 11 Harvard Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. I ask that you call my cell phone at (508) 843-7678 or my office at (508) 756-6206. Even if only to ask a question, I am here to assist in any way possible. I work on a contingent-fee basis so you will not have to pay any attorney’s fees unless we win a settlement or verdict for you. My cell phone is on 24 hours a day. I make my promise to return each phone call or each e-mail within 24 hours.