Pittsburgh Speeding Accident Lawyers

Experienced and aggressive car crash attorneys who get results

Speeding is against the law and for good reason. It isn’t safe and makes it harder to control a car. There are drivers in Pittsburgh and throughout the state who speed every day. Too often, the result is a serious car accident that leaves people hurt. If you were injured by a speeding driver, you deserve financial compensation.

Recovering compensation can be a complicated process. Drivers may deny that they were speeding or will try to blame you for causing the accident. Insurance companies will try to pay you as little as possible. The experienced speeding accident lawyers at Romanow Law Group build strong cases to help you recover the compensation you deserve.

More than 20,000 crashes in the state are related to speeding each year, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. How does speeding cause accidents? There is a reason for posted speed limits. It is more difficult to control a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed, and speeding drivers are not able to react in time to prevent a crash.

We believe negligent drivers should be held accountable.

Speeding accident attorneys focused on the best possible outcome

Each year in Pennsylvania, more than 20,000 car accidents involve speeding. Source: Pennsylvania Department of TransportationOur lawyers know the impact an injury from a speeding accident can have on victims. You may need surgery, hospitalization, medication, physical therapy and multiple follow-up visits with doctors. You can no longer do the things you usually do and may miss time from work. Medical expenses add up quickly.

Insurance companies are supposed to help when you’ve been injured, but they are mostly concerned about protecting their profits. So, they will use several different tactics to try to limit your compensation. For example, they’ll question the extent of your injuries or blame you for causing the accident.

That’s not acceptable. Our car accident lawyers know all the tactics insurance companies use and we don’t tolerate them. We’re not interested in making a quick deal that helps them save money. Our firm is focusing on building strong cases that hold speeding drivers accountable and help you recover maximum compensation.

How can you prove someone was speeding? We start by getting the facts. Our legal team investigates your accident. This often involves:

  • gathering evidence, such as footage from traffic cameras
  • examining photos of the accident scene, including any skid marks
  • carefully reviewing accident reports and medical records
  • interviewing witnesses
  • consulting accident reconstruction experts, who can examine vehicle damage and conduct an analysis to determine speed at the time of the crash.

We fight to win

Our lawyers know how to build a case that proves the other driver’s speeding caused the accident that left you injured. We demand compensation for the damages you suffered. This includes compensation for all current and future medical expenses related to your injuries, any lost wages and other damages, such as pain and suffering.

Our firm has the experience, legal knowledge and commitment that’s needed to fight insurance companies. Our lawyers put in the time and hard work required to build strong cases. We have a reputation among insurance companies for not being afraid to go the distance for our clients. If they won’t agree to a settlement that meets your needs, we’re ready to go to court.

If you were hurt in a Pittsburgh accident caused by speeding, it’s important to get legal advice as soon as possible. You have two years from the date of your accident to take legal action. Over time, however, evidence can be lost, and the memories of witnesses can fade.

So, schedule your free consultation with an experienced speeding accident lawyer today. Call 1-844-GET-MORE or contact us online. If we take your case, you owe us nothing unless we recover financial compensation for you. We pay all the costs to move your case forward. It’s that simple.