Rear End Auto Accidents in Georgia

January 29, 2013

Fender Bender.jpgRear end collisions are the most common type of car wreck. This type of accident occurs when the lead car slows down or stops and the back car does not have time to stop and collides into the rear of the front vehicle. If both vehicles are close to the same size, the damage is usually close to the same, however, the injuries suffered by those in the cars are usually never the same and some can injuries can be very serious.

Questions most likely to occur in a rear end collision include:

Is it always the fault of the rear vehicle for following too close?

Will the police issue a citation for following too closely in a police report?

What do I do if the at fault driver does not have any insurance or not enough insurance to cover my medical bills?

Should I go to the hospital emergency room for treatment and x-rays immediately after the crash?

How can I get a copy of my police report?

What is my personal injury case worth?

Will the insurance company provide a rental car?


Rear End Collision Damages

The bumper of your vehicle is there not only for cosmetic reasons but to help protect your car in the case of an accident. The rear bumper is designed to compress upon any impact while absorbing the force at least in low impact car accidents. The sad news is that most car manufacturers are not creating rear bumpers that actually do their job and are more for cosmetic purposes.

Types of injuries often seen with minor rear end collisions include:
Spinal cord injury
Whiplash
Soft tissue injury of the lumbar spine
Facial injuries
Head injuries
Neck and Back Injuries
Soft Tissue Injuries

Alpharetta Georgia Rear End Collision Attorney

After a rear end collision, it is very important to visit an Alpharetta hospital and be examined. With these type of accidents, there are a variety of injuries that can occur with the top one being whiplash or soft tissue injuries. The symptoms of these may not show up at the time of the accident but in a few hours after you have calmed after being rear-ended. Even a low impact rear end collision can cause you to be in pain whether from bruising from the seat belt or the jolt of the wreck.

At our Alpharetta Personal Injury Law Firm, we understand that these minor injuries can be very painful enough so that you may be unable to work or go about your daily tasks. This is why we work with each client according to their injuries to ensure they receive the compensation they deserve from the insurance company.
Our Personal Injury Attorneys handle personal injury cases in Marietta, Atlanta, Alpharetta and neighboring cities such as Roswell, Norcross and Decatur, Georgia.

Contact an Alpharetta Georgia Rear End Collision Lawyer today

If you or a loved one has received an injury in a rear end collision, it is important that you contact an attorney that has experience in rear end collisions. When your attorney has the information on the accident, they will be better able to prepare negotiations with the insurance company as well as represent you in case a court case occurs.

Too many times, these types of injuries may not even be noticed for days up to months after the crash. This is why it is very important to seek medical attention at once. You may need to visit an Alpharetta, Georgia Neurologist in a few weeks. To ensure your rights are protected an Alpharetta Georgia rear end collision lawyer will be by your side to ensure that in the near future if you must visit a doctor due to the injuries sustained in the car wreck that they will be covered.

We will negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company to ensure you are compensated for your loss of income, rehabilitation, medical bills, as well as pain and suffering.

At Howe & Associates, in our Alpharetta office, we offer a free initial consultation to all individuals that have suffered from rear end collision injury in the Atlanta area. You can contact one of your professional rear end collisions professional today at 678-566-6800. The consultation is offered with no obligation for future services.