Head On Collision
HEAD ON COLLISION
Typically, the most serious type of motor vehicle accident is a head-on collision. This is due to the nature of the accident when two moving vehicles traveling in opposite directions collide, doubling the force of the impact. The driver and the front seat passenger are most susceptible to significant works from manic injuries since they are closer to the point of impact.
Head-on collisions typically occur when a car leaves its lane and improperly crosses into the path of an oncoming vehicle. This can be caused by driver inattention, weather conditions, excessive speed, fatigue, medical condition, or some other kind of distraction such as texting, playing with a radio or GPS system or the impaired ability of the driver,
Having experienced personal injury attorneys handling your claim will improve the likelihood of a recovery for your severe injuries and the future medical expenses and lost earnings along with the pain and suffering that you experienced.
At Viola Cummings & Lindsay, LLP, our personal injury attorneys have extensive experience in litigating head-on accident cases on behalf of injured drivers and passengers. We will assist you in filing your no-fault application for medical treatment and pursue the negligent party to ensure you receive full compensation for your injuries whether by settlement or trial. Our personal injury lawyers have extensive trial experience handling head-on accidents for our clients and for clients referred to us from other firms.
FREE CASE EVALUATION BY AN EXPERIENCED INJURY LAWYER
If you or someone you know has been injured in a head-on auto accident, call Viola, Cummings & Lindsay, Attorneys at Law, at 716- 285-9555.
There is no fee for the consultation. If we accept your case, we will work on a contingent fee basis meaning if you do not receive payment for your injuries, you do not owe us any fee.
Please keep in mind that there are specific time limitations to file a no-fault application for medical benefits and a lawsuit for your personal injuries.