HEAD-ON COLLISION ACCIDENTS
The logistics of head-on and rear-end collisions vary in complexity and severity. Head-collisions speak for themselves — a vehicle has lost control and travels head-on into another vehicle or object. This most often occurs when one vehicle takes a left in front of a vehicle that is going straight or if someone runs a red light. It goes without saying that these accidents can be extremely severe.
Rear-end accidents are more common.
In either circumstance, it's important to partner with the best legal team you can find to obtain commensurate compensation for injury and damages.
Rear-End Accidents Attorneys
In a rear-end case, it's ultimately the fault of the driver who starts the chain reaction. You can't automatically sue every vehicle behind you and can often make a claim against the initial car that has started the reaction, even if it is three or four cars behind you. Obviously, in a two car accident, the vehicle in the rear is almost always at fault.
In rear-end accidents, severe back and neck injuries are extremely common and in frontal collisions airbag deployment can cause additional injury, including facial trauma and/or burns.
Because of our experience in these cases, we're able to investigate all details related to these crashes, which includes an analysis by our nurse paralegal. If necessary, we can reach out to medical professionals to demonstrate the extent of back or neck injuries to arrive at a settlement or judgment that is truly commensurate with the injuries you or a loved one has sustained. We can also hire experts to assist in the analysis and reconstruction of more complicated crashes.
To discuss any personal injury matters with an attorney in a free consultation, call 561-368-1920 and ask to speak to Scott Young or send us an e-mail.