Pass-a-Grille Failure to Yield Accident Lawyer\nFailure to yield the right of way is a leading cause of accidents in Pass-a-Grille. There were over 397,000 accidents in Florida in 2017, causing over 250,000 injuries and 3,000 deaths. Another 623 pedestrians and 113 cyclists died in car accidents as well. Motorists could have prevented many of these deaths by properly yielding the right of way to those with whom they share the road. Each of these injury accidents results in potentially thousands of dollars in medical expenses, weeks or months of missed work and lost wages, and expensive repairs. \n\nThe Bulluck Law Group is the Pass-a-Grille failure-to-yield accident lawyer who aggressively pursues compensation for accident victims. For over a decade, the Bulluck Law Group has stood up to intimidating insurance companies to prevent our clients from accepting settlements that fail to fairly compensate clients for their injuries. Our commitment and experience benefits clients in need of a failure-to-yield accident lawyer.\n\nFlorida Law Defines Failure to Yield\n\nFlorida law governs Pass-a-Grille roadways by laying out who has the right of way in any situation. These laws define lanes of traffic, stop signs, yield signs, traffic signals, and all the other rules of the road that make driving an orderly and safe activity rather than a dangerous chaotic mess. Florida law regulates yielding the right of way to others; it is the reasonable thing to do to avoid accidents and injury. Failure to yield the right of way properly is one of the most commonly cited reasons for an accident.\n\nWho Must Yield the Right of Way in Pass-a-Grille?\n\nAll drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists who use the roads must abide by right-of-way rules of the road. Drivers especially must be conscious of those they share the road with and yield properly to avoid serious accidents.\n\nHere are some common situations where a driver must yield the right of way:\n\n\u2022\tWhen changing lanes, a driver must yield to vehicles already in that lane.\n\u2022\tAt controlled intersections, drivers must yield to those who have the green light.\n\u2022\tAt uncontrolled intersections, drivers must yield to pedestrians and to the vehicle on the right in order.\n\u2022\tDrivers exiting a private drive must yield to vehicles on the road.\n\u2022\tDrivers making a left turn must yield to oncoming traffic.\n\u2022\tDrivers must yield to a school bus that has lights flashing and the stop sign extended.\n\u2022\tDrivers must yield to emergency vehicles.\n\u2022\tDrivers must yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk.\n\nFlorida law requires drivers to always yield the right of way to avoid a crash, even if they would otherwise have the right of way. Whenever possible, take any action necessary to avoid an accident, even if the other driver should have yielded to you.\n\nFailure to Yield Results in Serious Injuries\n\nAccidents resulting from a negligent failure to yield the right of way cause serious injuries for passengers, other drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists impacted by the crash.\n\nHead injuries\n\nA blow to the head can cause a fracture to the bones of the skull, including broken jaw bones, eye sockets, and cheek bones. More seriously, head trauma can result in traumatic brain injury (TBI). This can range from a mild concussion to severe brain damage. Symptoms may include headaches, difficulty with memory and concentration, problems with motor control, and changes in personality and behavior.\n\nNeck and Back Injuries\n\nSome of the most common injuries from a failure to yield accident are neck and back injuries. The inertia of the head can cause strain in the soft tissues and ligaments surrounding the neck. In minor cases, this may cause pain and stiffness, but more serious cases could result in damage to the spine. Back injuries result in pain, difficulty moving, and an inability to perform basic functions at work. More serious cases could result in paralysis.\n\nChest Injuries\n\nThe crushing impact of a car crash can break ribs and damage vulnerable internal organs. Damage to the kidneys, lungs, or heart can result in dangerous internal bleeding and risk of death to those suffering these injuries.\n\nLimb Injuries\n\nOften the impact of a car accident causes injuries to the feet, legs, arms, and hands. Fractured bones require weeks of healing before the victim can regain their full use. Damage to the ligaments and cartilage of the knee may require surgical repair and long recovery times. Ankles, wrists, and elbows may suffer sprains that are painful and require time to heal.\n\nMental and Emotional Damage\n\nVictims of car accidents, especially ones involving serious injuries, often suffer from serious mental and emotional pain. Nightmares, difficulty sleeping, even depression can result from the serious trauma that accident victims endure. While these injuries are less obvious, their effects are often debilitating for victims and require treatment and time to heal every bit as much as physical injuries.\n\nCompensation for Failure to Yield Accidents\n\nCar accidents are expensive. Florida law provides for accident victims to seek compensation for their injuries from the driver whose negligence caused the accident. While Florida\u2019s insurance laws require every driver to carry liability car insurance, in many cases, your insurance policy may not be enough to cover the full extent of the costs incurred due to your accident. In many cases, you may seek compensation from the negligent driver for damages beyond what your insurance covers.\n\nMedical expenses often run into the thousands and tens of thousands of dollars, especially for victims of serious injuries. Florida law entitles you to seek compensation for doctor bills, hospital expenses, the cost of prescription medication, and other medical expenses related to your injury.\n\nDuring your recovery, you may miss weeks of work, during which time you are not receiving your regular wages. You may seek compensation for lost wages due to missed time at work as well as wages lost due to any diminished earning capacity resulting from your injury.\n\nInjury victims suffer a great deal of pain after an accident. Florida law entitles you to seek compensation for the pain and suffering you endure due to your accident. While no amount of money can make up for your pain, you are entitled to compensation from the driver who failed to yield.\n\nWhat to Do After an Accident\n\nThe steps you take immediately after an accident can help ensure you receive all the compensation you are entitled to receive. Always call the police after an accident to have them create a police report. Exchange contact and insurance information with the other driver but try to keep conversation to a minimum and avoid speculating on the cause or fault of the crash. Even if you feel your injuries are minor, seek medical treatment to document those injuries and ensure they are not more serious than you believe. Take pictures of the accident scene, including both vehicles and your injuries. Try to get contact information from any witnesses to the accident whose testimony could help establish your case. \n\nTalk to a Pass-a-Grille Failure to Yield Accident Lawyer\n\nThe Bulluck Law Group has been recognized by TopVerdict.com, the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and Super Lawyers as one of the top trial lawyers in the United States. Our philosophy of putting the client first means our attorneys spend more time in preparation, are more aggressive with insurance companies, and are more willing to take your case to trial if necessary. You will be part of the process at every step, as our attorneys help guide you through this process and ensure you are always kept informed. Call the Bulluck Law Group today to schedule a free consultation. Our no recovery no-fee promise guarantees that you pay no attorney\u2019s fees unless we can win a settlement or verdict in your favor.