Common Rear-End Collision Car Accident

All too often, a driver gets distracted by the radio or cell phone, or makes a sudden lane change and fails to stop before hitting the car in front of him or her. Rear-end collisions are the most common type of car accidents and can cause serious damage, not only to cars, but also to people.

Cincinnati drivers are especially at risk during rush-hour traffic on local highways and main roads. Road construction areas also are common areas for car accidents because of a distracted driver failing to slow down to the adjusted traffic flow.

Injuries from rear-end collisions can range from minor to severe and require various levels of treatment and rehabilitation. Injuries include but are not limited to:

  •       Neck
  •       Lower, Middle and Upper Back
  •       Shoulder
  •       Joints
  •       Head
  •       Broken Bones
  •       Whiplash

Whiplash is one of the most common injuries caused by rear-end car accidents. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most subjective injuries to diagnose and measure. False representation of injuries has led to a skewed view of its severity. Insurance companies are reluctant to pay for this type of injury and recouping lost wages is even more difficult. Delayed pain also leads to difficulty in diagnosing whiplash and linking it back to a car accident.

Rather than dealing with an insurance adjuster on your own to try to recoup damages from your rear-end collision, you should contact our Cincinnati specialists at Paul Dickman. Our car accident attorneys know the games insurance companies can play and our lawyers have the experience and compassion to listen to your needs and help you get you what you are owed. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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