Accidents caused by rear-end collisions are the most common type of car accident across America and involve the front of one vehicle coming into contact with the rear of another vehicle. From fender-benders to high-speed accidents, rear-end collisions cause injuries which run the gamut from minor to fatal.
Unfortunately, many of these auto accidents are the result of drivers simply not paying attention and could have been prevented.
If you or a loved one were injured in a rear-end collision in Texas, you need experienced legal representation to protect your right to compensation.
At the law offices of Anderson & Cummings, our personal injury attorneys in Fort Worth are dedicated to fighting for the rights of accident victims.
Call (877) 920-9009 or fill out our consultation form to receive free legal advice about your case.
Who Is At Fault In A Rear-End Collision?
Many people have heard that the tailing driver is always at fault for a rear-end collision. This can be true even if the front vehicle stops suddenly or unexpectedly. All drivers are responsible for leaving enough distance between them and the car ahead to have time to stop, no matter the unanticipated circumstance.
While most rear-end collisions are the fault of the person following, this is not always the case. For example, a driver who reverses suddenly would likely be responsible if the car behind rear-ended them. Similarly, someone whose brake lights are out would probably be liable for a rear-end collision caused by another driver who could not tell the vehicle in front had slowed or stopped.
Anderson Cummings – Lets Win This!
It doesn’t matter if you were the front driver or the tailing driver, Anderson & Cummings can represent your interests.
Our experienced Texas auto accident attorneys know how to prove your case, and can get you compensation for your injuries.
Call (877) 920-9009 to schedule an appointment, or fill out our case evaluation form to have one of our personal injury attorneys review your case for free.