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Auto Accidents in a Dunkin’ Donuts Restaurant Drive Through*

If you have been injured in an auto accident and can prove that you were not to blame, it may be worth filing a personal injury claim against the driver who caused the accident. Accidents are commonplace in and around busy fast food restaurants like Dunkin’ Donuts. Drivers often fail to look around carefully and end up causing an accident. A successful personal injury claim can help to pay for expensive surgery and lost earnings. You are advised to get a legal opinion about your chances of successfully winning a claim from an experienced personal injury attorney before actually submitting a claim with your local civil court.

Dunkin’ Donuts Company Profile

Dunkin’ Donuts is a very well known American and international brand with more than 12,000 restaurants scattered across the world. The majority are in the U.S., which is where the first Dunkin’ Donuts was established.

Dunkin’ Donuts does still sell plenty of donuts, but it also offers much more. It is known for its coffee, bagels, baked goods, and many other hot and cold drinks.

Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants and smaller outlets are found in many different locations. There are plenty in shopping malls, city centers and airport departure lounges, as well as right on the side of highways. These highway outlets and restaurants are most likely to have a drive through where customers can order coffees and doughnuts without having to get out of the car. These places can get busy, and that’s when there always seems to be someone in a hurry and not prepared to wait their turn.

Auto Accident at a Dunkin Donuts Drive Through

Personal Injury Claims after a Restaurant Drive Through Auto Accident

One of the most important things you must be aware of after any kind of auto accident is to provide clear evidence showing that someone else was to blame for an accident that injured you. Only in no-fault states do you not have to be concerned about who was to blame, and this state only covers slight to moderate injuries.

Evidence that another driver was to blame includes eye witness statements, photographic evidence, doctor’s reports, statements from a hospital or other medical institution, and a police report if it’s available. If you were hit while waiting to be served at a Dunkin’ Donuts drive through or when you were leaving it to turn on to the adjacent road, you may find that it is relatively easy finding some of this evidence, as there should be other customers and staff close by. Remember that it is easier trying to collect evidence sooner rather than later, when it may have become a distant memory.

Why You Should Use a Personal Injury Attorney

Making a personal injury claim is not as straightforward as you might think that it is. Insurance adjusters working on behalf of the person who hit you are never easily convinced that you were not somehow to blame. You will find that the help you get from an experienced personal injury attorney invaluable throughout the whole personal injury claim process.

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*The content of this article serves only to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice. If you file a claim against Dunkin' Donuts, or any other party, you may not be entitled to any compensation.

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