Many collisions that occur on the road happen because someone chose to drive drunk or ignore the speed limit. However, accidents also happen because of simple carelessness. For example, a driver may fail to address a problem in their vehicle even though they know that it could pose serious problems on the roadway. For example, a driver may procrastinate because they are short on time, failing to take care of brake issues, problems with their tires or even broken windshield wipers. Even relatively minor problems can disrupt a driver’s ability to stay safe and affect their vehicle’s performance on the road, leading to a wreck.

If you were struck by a driver who should have had something repaired on their vehicle sooner, you may be very upset. You may have sustained an injury in the collision, and you may be frustrated that they failed to maintain their vehicle properly. Fortunately, there could be a number of strategies for you to pursue as you attempt to piece your life together (financially and emotionally). For example, you may be able to successfully sue a driver who was careless with regard to their vehicle’s condition.

Sadly, drivers who have neglected to maintain their vehicles have caused a lot of accidents over the years, including many fatal collisions. They should be held fully responsible for causing a wreck, even if they were unaware that driving around with defective parts could be so serious. Please explore other pages on our website if you are thinking about the possible legal options you may have following such a collision.