Vehicle Spin Out Accident

vehicle spun out in snowVehicle spinouts are a frightening experience. In a matter of seconds, a driver can lose control of their vehicle and find themselves spinning out of control. When a car loses traction and spins, a driver may not know how to respond or not have time to respond to the situation. Vehicle spinouts can lead to serious accidents that result in injury to occupants and others on the road.

If you or someone you love has been hurt in a vehicle spinout, contact William Mattar P.C.. Our experienced car accident attorneys know the law and can work to get you maximum financial compensation for your injuries. Don’t wait and risk losing out on your claim— call (844) 444-4444 today.

Why Do Cars Spin Out?

A vehicle can spin out for several reasons, which all typically involve the loss of tire traction on the road. Some common causes include:

  • Inclement Weather: Dangerous winter weather conditions can increase the chance of a vehicle spinout occurring. Rain, snow, sleet, and ice can make road surfaces slippery for motorists. “Black ice,” in particular, is dangerous to motorists because it is typically difficult to see. These conditions can cause a vehicle’s front tires to lose traction and lock up, making the back of the vehicle swing outward, resulting in a fishtailing effect.
  • Speeding: Speeding reduces a motorist’s reaction time, affecting the ability to brake safely. Traveling well above the speed limit can potentially contribute to a vehicle spinout if a driver has to brake suddenly.
  • Tailgating: Driving too closely behind another vehicle (“tailgating”) can also increase the likelihood of a vehicle spinning out. When the preceding car brakes, the motorist may need to steer away abruptly, resulting in a loss of control and/or spinning.
  • Mechanical Issues: Various mechanical and electrical issues that reduce traction can cause a car to spin out. This can include faulty brakes or a malfunctioning power steering system.

If you have been injured in a car spinout accident, contact our legal team today.

Vehicle Spin Out Crashes

Cars can spin either fully or partially on the road. Some vehicles may be more prone to losing control. For instance, a large truck may be more difficult to maneuver and be prone to spinning or jackknifing. In a vehicle spinout accident, a car may spin into objects such as guardrails or curbs, into ditches or off road areas, or into other vehicles. It is possible that a vehicle spinning out may also trigger secondary accidents or result in a multi-car pileup.

Those involved in a vehicle spinout crash can suffer severe, life-altering injuries. Injuries can include traumatic brain injuries, neck injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and lacerations.

Compensation for a Vehicle Spin Out Collision

If you’ve been injured in a vehicle spinout, you may be receiving routine medical care or rehabilitation. You may find yourself unable to work or spend time with loved ones. If this is your situation, you may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering.

The personal injury attorneys at William Mattar P.C. can help ease these worries by helping you file a claim for compensation. Contact us today to learn more about your options.

Contact an Experienced Accident Attorney Today

The car accident injury attorneys at William Mattar law offices handle a variety of cases involving motor vehicles. We have a compassionate and dedicated approach to our cases and you can count on us to advocate on your behalf. Schedule a free and confidential initial case consultation by completing our consultation form or calling today at (844) 444-4444.

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