Car Accidents in Bad Weather

Who is responsible for car accidents in bad weather? Buffalo injury attorney Robert Maranto explains in the following educational video.

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Bad driving conditions can certainly affect your claim. Certainly, living in Western New York we have all experienced bad driving conditions. The question is, when we have inclement conditions, how does that bear on the liability of  a person who is involved in an accident? The responsibility of every driver is to operate their vehicle in a manner which is consistent with the reasonable person under the circumstances.

That means that in the event that there is inclement weather, or there’s slippery conditions, that the person’s responsibility is to act with more caution. In other words, if there is a speed limit of 55 and there’s inclement conditions, traveling 55 might not be reasonable. Those conditions coupled with the actions of the individual who’s involved in the accident will bear on the liability.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an auto accident in Buffalo, NY it’s important to seek legal representation as soon as possible. Contact our experienced auto accident attorneys for a FREE consultation. Our team of skilled auto accident attorneys will fight to get the compensation you deserve.

Attorney Robert Maranto is a partner with Andrews, Bernstein, Maranto & Nicotra, PLLC, check out some of his client reviews on Avvo.

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