When Other Motorists Fail to Yield to Your Right of Way
Under Texas laws, when two drivers come to the same intersection or seek access to the same stretch of road, one party will always have the right of way. The other party must yield and give up the road. The failure to do so can lead to serious injury or even death. When you have been injured because of someone else’s failure to yield to your right of way, you want an experienced attorney to help you get the financial recovery you need. Bailey & Galyen can help.
We have more than 35 years of experience protecting the rights of personal injury victims in Texas. We understand the devastating impact a personal injury can have on every aspect of your life. We will carefully gather and preserve all evidence to support your claim, traveling to the scene of your accident, if necessary. We will work with expert witnesses, including engineers and accident reconstruction specialists, to put together the most compelling arguments for your financial recovery.
Helping You Get Full and Fair Compensation after a Failure to Yield Accident
We handle all types of accidents involving the failure to properly yield the right of way, including:
- Failure to yield to the right of way when entering a highway or freeway
- Failure to yield to oncoming motorists when making a left turn at an intersection
- Failure to yield to cross traffic at a red light, stop sign or flashing yellow light
- Failure to yield to an emergency vehicle
- Failure to yield right of way to a bicycle when making a turn
- Failure to yield to existing traffic when pulling out from a parking lot, side street or private residence
- Failure to yield to a pedestrian who has the right of way
We represent anyone who has been injured in an accident involving the failure of a motorist to properly yield, whether you are another driver, a passenger in a vehicle, a bicyclist or a pedestrian. We handle all types of injury claims, from sprains, strains and muscle pulls to serious and catastrophic losses, such as brain or spinal cord injury, broken bones, road burns, scarring or disfigurement, paralysis, and amputation or loss of limb. We also take wrongful death claims arising out of failure to yield accidents.
We don’t charge a fee for a case evaluation. To set up a private meeting with an experienced Texas failure to yield motor vehicle accident attorney, contact our office by e-mail or call us at (844) 402-4530. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Personal injury lawsuits are complicated and expensive to mount and that is why we take all cases on contingency, meaning there is never a fee until we recover a settlement in your favor.
Bailey & Galyen provides skilled legal representation to individuals across the State of Texas including the Dallas-Fort Worth communities of Arlington, Bedford, Dallas, Fort Worth, Carrollton, Grand Prairie, Mesquite and other cities in Texas including Houston Clear Lake / NASA, Texas.