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Head-On Collision Car Accident Lawyer

Head-On Collision Car Accident Lawyer

Head-On Collision Lawsuit Lawyer

Injured in a Head-on Collision? Call 1-800-ATTORNEY today for a free consultation!

Head-on collision accidents tend to result in traumatic injuries, and often prove fatal. If your family is suffering due to the actions of a negligent driver, call 1-800-ATTORNEY and let us help. The call is free, the advice is free, and we never charge a penny unless we win your case.

Due to the sheer forces involved, a head-on collision is generally seen as the most-violent type of motor vehicle accident. When two vehicles hit one another while traveling in opposite directions, the results are often catastrophic or fatal.

Statistically speaking, head-on collisions only account for two percent of all accidents, yet they account for 18 percent of all fatal accidents that occur in places other than intersections. While some head-on collisions occur when a vehicle tries to pass a slower moving vehicle, the majority occur when a vehicle drifts into the opposite lane of traffic due to a distraction, drowsiness, or drunk driving.

Types of Injuries Caused by Head On Collisions

While many of these types of crashes result in wrongful death, there are some personal injuries that are more-common than others in head-on collisions, such as:

  • Whiplash & other neck injuries
  • Injuries to the abdomen, including injuries to the liver, spleen, kidneys, and diaphragm
  • Injuries to the spinal cord
  • Head injuries
  • Injuries to the chest
  • Injuries to the feet and legs

Other possible injuries include a torn ACL ligament, fractured bones, injuries to the feet and ankles, crushed legs, nerve damage, and much more.

Primary Causes of Head-On Collisions

While a head-on crash can occur for many reasons, the eight primary causes of these types of accidents include:

  1. Distracted driving
  2. Driving while drowsy
  3. Failure to adjust behavior to accommodate poor weather or reduction in visibility
  4. Failure to use a safe technique when passing another vehicle
  5. Failure to obey traffic signals and signs
  6. Driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs

Seek Compensation for Your Losses

The injuries suffered in a head-on crash are likely to be life-changing or even fatal. If you’ve been injured or a loved one has been killed as the result of a head-on collision due to the negligence of another person, we may be able to help you recover the damages to which you and your family are entitled.

For a free consultation, call us 24 hours a day at 1-800-ATTORNEY, or email us using the contact form on this page.

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