Rear-End Accidents

Common Injuries Involved In Rear-End Auto Collisions

Part of being a responsible driver is recognizing how much space you need to leave between you and the car in front of you, in case the car in front comes to an abrupt stop. That's why in most cases, rear-end accidents are considered to be the fault of the driver in back.

Override accidents, in which a truck runs over a passenger car in front of it, and under ride accidents, in which a car slides underneath a trailer being towed by a truck, are very dangerous. Most result in catastrophic injuries and even death.

If you've been injured in a rear-end accident, the good news is that it probably won't be difficult to establish fault. The bad news is that you may have suffered serious injuries, including:

  • Neck injuries (including whiplash)
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Back injuries
  • Crushed limbs
  • Muscle strains and sprains
  • Fractured facial bones
  • Bruising

Lawyers With Experience Negotiating With Insurance Companies

Sometimes these injuries can be severe and persistent and require long-term medical treatment. It could mean that you need to miss work and can no longer pay your bills or support your family.

Insurance companies generally don't jump at the chance to pay you what you deserve. That's where an experienced Ohio personal injury lawyer can help.

A Track Record Of Success

At Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty, LLC, our attorneys have helped people recover compensation in rear-end and other types of auto accidents for many years.

We have over 100 years of combined experience negotiating with insurance companies and litigating cases in court. We have a track record of success, having recovered multimillion-dollar verdicts in all types of personal injury scenarios.

Let us help you get your financial footing back on track so you can focus on getting better.

Call Today. Free Consultations.

Call 614-360-2706 today to schedule a free consult. Not only do we offer free initial consultations, but we also work on a contingency basis, which means you pay us nothing until we secure compensation for your injuries.