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A Driver’s Failure to Merge Safely

Merging involves the safe incorporation of vehicles into lanes of traffic that are already moving. Generally, merging occurs most frequently when cars enter or exit a highway or access road and at high speeds. For this reason, safe merging is essential for ensuring the safety of every driver on the road, not just the driver who is trying to merge. Sadly, many drivers don’t take safe merging seriously and fail to adhere to the shared responsibilities of safe driving, leaving many other drivers at risk for being involved in a traumatic car accident.

If you or someone you know has been injured in a car accident because another driver failed to merge correctly or safely, you could be entitled to legal compensation to help cover any costs that arise as a result of your accident. Contact a qualified Sheboygan personal injury lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today by calling 800-242-2874 to discuss your legal situation.

Dangers of Improper Merging

Like other driving behaviors, safe merging is required at all times if drivers don’t want to endanger others. Unfortunately, many dangerous consequences can result from a driver’s failure to safely merge, including:

  • Side-swiping
  • Rear-ending
  • Being rear-ended
  • Vehicle rollover
  • Loss of control
  • Head-on collisions

These dangerous consequences are only some of the possible dangers of not merging correctly. If another driver caused you to be the victim of these or other consequences, you may be able to hold that person legally and financially responsible.

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At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, our Sheboygan personal injury attorneys are dedicated to helping our clients get the compensation they need after another person endangers or harms them. Contact us today to discuss your legal options by calling 800-242-2874.