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Common Injuries in Failure to Yield Crashes

When we drive, we owe one another a duty of care that includes following the rules of the road, and yielding the right-of-way appropriately is an important element of this. When motorists fail to yield the right-of-way when they are required to do so, serious injuries are often the result. If another driver’s failure to yield leaves you injured, reach out to an experienced Boca Raton car accident attorney for the professional legal guidance you need.

The Obligation to Yield

There are specific events that require drivers to yield the right-of-way, which means to allow the motorist or motorists who have the right-of-way to proceed safely. These events include:

It is important to note that, because they represent the confluence of traffic traveling in every direction, intersections are especially susceptible to accidents involving failure to yield. 

Florida Yield Laws

In the State of Florida, there are highly specific yield laws that include:

Motorists who leave their lanes or merge into traffic are responsible for doing so safely, which includes yielding the right-of-way as appropriate.

Common Injuries

Accidents involving failure to merge can lead to very serious impacts and very serious injuries, including:

Turn to an Experienced Boca Raton Car Accident Attorney for the Legal Help You Need

The Boca Raton car accident attorneys at Demand the Limits Personal Injury Attorneys take great pride in their impressive track record of helping clients like you favorably resolve their claims. Your claim is important, so please don’t hesitate to contact us online or call us at (561) 853-2137 to schedule your free consultation today.