• Moving forward after a taxi accident
  • February 21, 2018 | Author: Daniel J. Callahan
  • Law Firm: Callahan & Blaine A Professional Law Corporation - Santa Ana Office
  • From accidents involving a motorcycle to semi-truck crashes, traffic collisions take all sorts of forms. That said, some are especially unique and may leave victims unsure of how to handle the situation. For example, some people are hurt while they are riding in a taxi and collide with another vehicle, leaving them unsure of the best way to address the crash. If you were hurt in a taxi accident, or your family member was injured while riding in a taxi, it is vital to go over your rights and utilize any resources that are available.

    There are a variety of reasons why taxi crashes occur. In some instances, an inexperienced taxi driver might cause an accident because they are not very familiar with the roads. Or, a taxi driver might be rushing around and fail to abide by traffic safety laws. Additionally, another vehicle might collide with a taxi, whether the roads are icy or the other driver is intoxicated. Regardless of the reasons why taxi crashes take place, victims may face a long road to recovery.

    From physical injuries to mental trauma and financial stress, the consequences of taxi accidents can be staggering. Sadly, some people also lose their lives in these crashes, which might have happened while they were simply trying to get somewhere in a city or while on vacation. Sadly, families are often never able to recover from the emotional trauma that comes with losing someone who is close.