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Causes of Car Accidents

Car Accident Attorney Serving Milwaukee, WI

Drunk driving, speeding, traffic violations, texting while driving – the potential causes of car accidents are both varied and numerous. Whether it boils down to driver negligence or wrongdoing on the part of an automaker or another, third party, the outcome is the same: a collision has occurred and someone is liable. As Milwaukee car accident attorneys, we at Cannon & Dunphy S.C. recognize how important it is to properly identify cause and liability in the wake of an accident.

If you are to pursue compensation from the individual or company that is responsible for causing your accident, you will need to prove how they caused the collision and why they should be liable for your medical bills, lost earnings, property damage and other expenses or losses associated with your injuries. This is where a legal professional can make all the difference.

Our team works together to represent the interests of car accident victims across Wisconsin; we can handle cases involving collisions caused by:

Leading Causes of Car Accidents in the U.S.

Although there are many different causes of car accidents, several stand out from the rest. The following are the most common causes of collisions in the United States:

Ask a Milwaukee Auto Accident Lawyer

If you are interested in finding out what caused your accident and therefore who may be held accountable, call a Milwaukee auto accident lawyer at our firm. We work with investigators, expert witnesses and other professionals to thoroughly analyze every aspect of a collision. We can determine cause and liability to pursue maximum compensation on your behalf.

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