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Failure To Yield May Lead To Serious Injury

A vast majority of car accidents and motorcycle accidents occur when one driver fails to yield to other motorists on the road. This driver negligence can lead to serious injury and damage. Head-collisions and T-Bone accidents are some of the most common types of accidents that result from failing to yield. A head-on collision accident often takes place when a motorist fails to make a proper lane change. Failure to do so may push another vehicle into oncoming traffic and thus result in a crash or collision. Furthermore, failing to check for traffic, pedestrians, and motorcycles while making a right turn at a red light or stop sign may also lead to serious damage. If you have been injured as a result of another driver’s negligence and failure to yield, contact an experienced Chicago personal injury lawyer at: (312) 641-9200.

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