Rear End Collision
Car Accident Lawyer
Traffic accidents are the often the result of distracted driving. One of the most common types of accidents are rear end collisions. Many people assume that rear end collisions are not dangerous, however, these types of accidents can be violent, jarring, and create lasting neck, back, and other injuries. Brian T Smith and his team can help you navigate the process of dealing with the insurance companies and can help you get your life back to normal. That includes helping you get a settlement for your vehicle damages, injuries, lost wages, and more.
To get a free consultation to discuss with our team, give us a call. Being involved in a rear-end accident is often very traumatic and stressful. It is important to preserve information and take actions to secure your legal rights. During your consultation, we will let you know the best course of action and help create a plan for you.
Take Legal Action After
A Rear End Collision.
In the circumstances of a rear end collision, one driver is often following another vehicle more closely than is reasonable. If another driver’s negligence causes a rear end collision, they may be held liable for any resulting injuries and property damage. Many times the driver who strikes another driver from behind is often found to have acted in error. This is because they did not kept enough distance between vehicles. While driver who is following too closely may be deemed negligent for the rear end collision, the other driver could also be partly at fault.
Injury symptoms sometimes may not be immediately noticeable after a car accident or car wreck, so its important to see a medicinal professional after a rear end collision to be sure that you do not have any unknown injuries. If an accident victim does not see a doctor, it may be difficult for a rear end collision lawyer to justify that the injuries were caused by the auto accident.
Seat belt injuries
Seat belts and harnesses are supposed to firmly hold your torso from forcibly striking the steering wheel, dashboard, wind shield, and even the air bag. When you’ve been in a rear end collision, the seat belt can distress your neck, brain, spine, chest, and torso, causing bruising and chronic pain.
Contact our team for information regarding your case.