Should I Hire an Attorney After a Guardrail Injury?

Should I Hire an Attorney After a Guardrail Injury?

If you intend to file a personal injury or wrongful death claim after a guardrail accident, you may be wondering whether you should navigate the proceedings alone or hire an attorney. Although you have the right to bring the case without a lawyer, doing so is never a good idea if you’ve suffered a s...

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Important Evidence in a Guardrail Injury Claim

Important Evidence in a Guardrail Injury Claim

Strong evidence is the key to winning any personal injury or wrongful death claim. If you were hurt or lost someone you love in a guardrail accident, there are several elements you will need to prove in order to win a settlement or trial verdict. Those elements are: The guardrail contained an unreas...

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What Damages Might Be Available in a Guardrail Injury Lawsuit?

What Damages Might Be Available in a Guardrail Injury Lawsuit?

If you were seriously injured or lost a family member in a guardrail accident, you may be wondering what types of damages you can pursue. The answer to this question depends on several factors including the state where the accident happened, the type of claim you’re bringing (personal injury, wrongf...

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Can I Sue a Guardrail Manufacturer for Injuries?

Can I Sue a Guardrail Manufacturer for Injuries?

Guardrails are intended to reduce the severity of injuries in the event of an accident and to prevent vehicles from leaving the roadway. Given the critical role that guardrails play in road safety, a minor defect in their design or manufacturing could have devastating consequences for drivers and pa...

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5 Steps to Take After a Guardrail Accident

5 Steps to Take After a Guardrail Accident

Defective guardrail systems have been linked to dozens of serious injuries and deaths over recent years. In particular, numerous lawsuits have alleged that the X-LITE and ET-Plus guardrail end terminals have a design flaw that causes the metal rails to penetrate into vehicles and impale drivers. If ...

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