Rear-end collisions are the most common type of car accident, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Between 2012 and 2014, nearly half of all 2-vehicle crashes were rear-end collisions. In 2017, about 2,456 of these crashes were fatal, accounting for 7.2% of the year’s fatal accidents. In 2018, rear-end crashes killed 1,310 motor vehicle occupants. Even those who survive rear-end accidents can be left with catastrophic injuries. To make matters worse, 87% of rear-end crashes involve a driver failing to pay attention to the traffic ahead.
If you lose a loved one to a rear-end crash in California or Texas, we can also help you file a wrongful death lawsuit, which can help you pay for your family member’s funeral and give you the resources you need to grieve without worrying about finances. In cases of extreme negligence, we may also ask for punitive damages to punish the wrongdoer and provide you with extra financial comfort.
All the behaviors listed above or failing to account for dangerous conditions on the road can account for rear-end accidents and serious injuries.
If you’ve suffered any of the injuries above, you may be entitled to compensation. Having the right resources can help you recover or adjust to permanent changes the accident may have caused.
MVP Accident Attorneys understands what you will need during this difficult time. Not only will you want a compassionate lawyer who cares about you, but you will also want a fearless advocate who fights for your rights. Our firm is made up of driven, like-minded attorneys who are dedicated to you, your case, and your future. We will be there for you every step of the way and available to you whenever you need us. Our exclusive focus on personal injury law and car accidents is a perfect example of our commitment to recovering resources for the injured and bereaved. We are not afraid of insurance companies and we have the experience and creativity needed to win your case.