Berks County Head On Collision Lawyer
Head-on collisions are often the most serious types of collisions. Because impact is often made at higher speeds than rear-end collisions, head-on accidents often cause large amounts of property damage and physical injury. Depending on the size and weight of the vehicles involved in the collision, our top rated Berks County car accident attorneys see a range in the injuries and property damage our clients suffer. Property damages can range from minor to total and injuries can be slight to severe. Unfortunately, many fatalities are the sad result of head-on collisions.
The head-on accident occurs when the front bumper of one car makes contact with the front bumper of another car or with a stationary object like a tree or pole. Often, this happens when distracted drivers drift into the wrong lane on a two-way highway, fall asleep at the wheel or drive the wrong way down a one-way street. These distracted drivers often dispute liability, so in Pennsylvania, retaining a car accident lawyer is often necessary to assist in proving liability.
Most cars are designed to crumple when they are hit from the front, and this can help to absorb some of the impact. When two vehicles collide front-end to front-end, both vehicles can absorb some of the shock, somewhat protecting the passengers inside. When a vehicle collides with a stationary object, however, the object does not crush down, so the vehicle absorbs all of the impact. As a result, accidents involving a vehicle and a stationary object cause the most fatalities.
Victims of head-on collisions can seek damages against the other driver only when the plaintiff can prove that the defendant was negligent. This means that, under law in Berks County, car accident attorneys and their clients assume the responsibility of proving negligence on the part of the defendant.
At The Brod Law Firm in Berks County, car accident lawyers successfully litigate these automobile head-on collision cases each year and garner awards for our clients.Contact a Pennsylvania car accident lawyer today to get the compensation you need!
Injuries Commonly Sustained During Head-on Collisions
Though passengers involved in head-on collisions can walk away with minor injuries, their injuries are often severe, even fatal. The injuries passengers receive range in type and severity depending on the size and make of the vehicle and the speed at which the vehicle(s) was traveling. When assessing the compensation you may be liable for, your Pennsylvania car accident lawyer will take all of these factors into consideration.
Our clients have suffered a wide range of injuries as a result of head-on collisions in Berks County. Car accident lawyers at our firm report that the most common moderate injuries received from head-on collisions are head and neck injuries. These are often accompanied by back injuries, broken bones, cuts and bruises and other soft-tissue injuries. Severe injuries can include brain damage, spinal fractures and internal injuries. Head-on collisions can also result in fatalities.
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Shouldn't you have an experienced Berks County head on collision injury lawyer on your side? We have had offices in Reading for over 23 years. Obtain the benefits that only a seasoned trial lawyer can provide you. Call Gary Brod anytime at 888-435-7946 (888-HELPWIN) or contact us online for a free no obligation consultation and explanation of your legal rights. Even if you are not sure if you have a case please call us for straightforward no-nonsense answers to your legal questions. We do not charge you for legal advice.