Dacula Car Accidents
Dacula is a metro Atlanta city located in the County of Gwinnett. Although it is a small town, visitors swarm to the area to experience its beautiful natural landscapes which sometimes leads to an increase in car accidents. Most of the accidents in Dacula occur on Highway 29 or Highway 316, also known as Winder Highway, but Dacula Road and Fence Road come in a close second. Although many of the accidents that occur in Dacula are minor, serious and accidents occur there as well. While many things can contribute to car accidents, most of the time wrecks are caused by negligent driving. An experienced Dacula car accident lawyer can evaluate the facts leading up to the wreck and can offer advice on how to recover compensation. The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens has been assisting injured parties for over 20 years. We have recovered over 50 million dollars for our clients who have been injured as a result of someone else's negligence.Obtaining an Accident Report Following a Car Wreck
Individuals seeking accident reports for car wrecks that occurred in Dacula can obtain them four days after the incident occurred for a fee of five dollars. There are seven Gwinnett County locations available to accident victims to retrieve their reports. Locations include The High Hope Road Police Headquarters in Lawrenceville The Bay Creek Precinct on Ozara Road in Loganville, The Central Precinct on Satellite Boulevard in Duluth, The East Precinct on Alcovy Road in Duluth, The South Precinct on Stone Drive in Lilburn, and The West Precinct on Crescent Drive in Norcross. Status updates can be obtained via phone at 770-513-5000. Reports are also available online at buycrash.com, for an additional service fee.Proving Who's at Fault for a Vehicle Collision
Proving who is at fault following a car accident can be difficult and is not always without complications. Often when negligence seems clear, other factors come into play that might “muddy the waters”. For instance, if one vehicle pulls out of a shopping plaza, directly in front of another vehicle and gets struck who is at fault is obvious, right? Not necessarily. The speed of the on-coming vehicle is also a factor when assigning blame. If the vehicle was traveling ten plus miles over the speed limit, it would impede the ability of the driver who was exiting the plaza to pull out safely. Most cars are equipped with black boxes that store data related to collisions. Those boxes are used by officers when investigating car accidents. The other driver by law is required to follow what is known as a “standard duty of care”, and when they did not follow that duty of care, it resulted in an accident.Meet With a Top-Rated Car Accident Lawyer Serving Dacula
If you sustained injuries in a local car accident, call our expert team for complimentary legal advice on your case. At the Law Offices of Casey W. Stevens, we specialize in personal injury cases. Contact us today for a complimentary case evaluation.