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Rear-end accidents are the most common type of car accident throughout the U.S. This type of accident involves the front of one vehicle colliding with the rear end of the other vehicle, usually due to a sudden stop or a driver who is following too closely or not paying attention to traffic that has slowed in front of him or her. A rear-end accident may occur at a high or low speed and may cause relatively minor injuries and little property damage all the way to catastrophic injuries and significant damage to both vehicles. The factors that will influence the severity of a rear-end accident include the size and weight of both vehicles and the force of impact. The crashworthiness of each vehicle will also play an important role in the type and extent of injury that a victim sustains.
Were you recently injured in a rear-end accident in the Phoenix area? It is important to talk to an attorney about what occurred. You may have the opportunity to get legal help with your insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit, meaning you can not only work to prove that you were not at fault in causing the accident but can also ensure you receive the full value of your claim. An experienced Phoenix rear-end accident attorney can work actively to protect your legal rights through the entire process of handling your insurance claim, negotiating a fair settlement with the responsible driver, or taking your case to civil court.
Although the driver most often at fault in a rear-end accident is the driver of the second car, the one that collided with the rear end of the first car, this is not always the case. Your accident lawyer should work with experts in accident reconstruction and forensics to properly determine the cause of your Phoenix rear-end accident, whether you were the driver of the first or second car.
Find out more about how we can help you get the money you need for medical care and other damages. Contact a Phoenix rear-end accident lawyer today.