Protect Your Potential Injury Claim
If you refuse to wear your seat belt, you may be found partially at fault for any injuries you sustain in a car accident. As your Iowa personal injury attorney will explain, this could result in a reduction of any damages that you may be entitled to in an injury claim.
It’s the Law
In Iowa, anyone riding in the front seat of a vehicle made after 1966 or later is required to wear a seat belt. If you are caught violating this law, you could be issued a citation and ordered to pay fines, surcharges and court costs. In addition, this violation will be reported on your driving record.
In the event of a car accident, you potentially could be thrown from your vehicle or hit your head on the windshield. Depending on the force of the impact, you could sustain life-altering injuries or even die. Ensure that you remain in your seat by buckling up.
People Care about You
If the reasons above aren’t enough to convince you to wear a seat belt, think about the people who love you. By taking just a second to click in your seat belt, you can decrease your chances of injuries and even death in the event of a car accident.
Contacting an Iowa Personal Injury Attorney
If you were wearing your seat belt but sustained injuries in a car accident, a qualified lawyer can help you file an injury claim. The Iowa personal injury attorney team at Walker, Billingsley & Bair work hard to level the field between injured Iowans and insurance companies. That’s why we provide this FREE book; The Legal Insider’s Guide to Iowa Car Accidents: 7 Secrets to Not Wreck Your Case. To learn more about what our legal team will do to help you protect your Iowa injury claim, contact Walker, Billingsley & Bair to schedule a no-cost consultation to order your free accident book today. Call (888) 435-9886 for immediate legal assistance.