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Can I Recover Compensation for a Single-Car Accident in California?

Unfortunately, car accidents happen all the time. In many cases, these collisions involve two or more vehicles. However, in other cases, a crash may only involve a single driver. These cases can be a bit more complex, especially when it comes to seeking personal injury compensation.

If you’ve been involved in such a collision, you may be asking yourself whether you can recover compensation for a single-car accident in California.

The short answer is maybe, but you may need the assistance of qualified attorney to prove your case. Our team at Haffner Law wants to ensure you are given all the compensation you deserve.

When Manufacturers Are to Blame

In many situations, a single-car crash may occur because of malfunctions within the vehicle. One example of this may be a defect in the car’s design that causes it to roll over. Or, if the issue was due to a malfunctioning part, the accident may have been caused by something like failing tires or brakes.

Instances like this might warrant a personal injury claim filed against a negligent vehicle manufacturer or mechanic.

When a Government Agency Is to Blame

In other situations, your single-car accident might have been the result of unsafe road conditions. A local government agency tasked with promoting road safety might have failed to either provide safety warnings or maintain the roadway.

Some examples of cases in which a government agency may be responsible for your single-car crash in California could include the following:

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  • Failing to properly de-ice the roads
  • Failing to utilize safety signage for dangerous turns or areas

Filing a claim against a government agency can be extremely difficult. There are strict statutes regarding how long you have to take legal action, and getting the compensation you deserve can seem impossible without the right guidance. As such, it’s crucial to contact a knowledgeable California car accident lawyer.

Call a California Car Accident Attorney at Haffner Law

If you were the only person involved in your crash, you might assume the blame will fall squarely on your shoulders. That assumption could very well be wrong.

If you’re wondering whether you can recover compensation for a single-car accident in California, get in touch with a car accident lawyer at Haffner Law who can help you answer that question for your unique case. Call us at 1-844-HAFFNER (423-3637) or fill out the form below to schedule a free consultation.

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