Every 17 seconds, a rear-end collision occurs in the U.S, and, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, these are the most common occurring types of motor vehicle accidents.
Important facts about rear-end collisions:
While these crashes commonly result in property damage, in most severe collisions, people can end up sustaining major and potentially catastrophic injuries.
Rear-end collisions can simply be avoided by keeping your eye on the road, especially during light changes and traffic situations. In addition, texting and driving is one major cause for rear-end collisions, so wait until you reach your destination to reply to that text message. Don’t let these accidents ruin your day, take precautions measures on the road. If you find yourself in this situation, call the police to file a report right away. Contact Parvey & Frankel to receive the compensation you deserve, especially for personal injuries.