Arkansas Rear-End Car Collision Attorneys
Rear-end collisions are one of the most common types of car accidents in Arkansas. Often occurring when one car is at a dead stop, rear-end collisions can result in serious injury including:
- Head and brain injury
- Soft tissue damage
- Broken bones
- Spinal cord injury
Depending on the speed being traveled by the striking vehicle, rear-end collisions can also be fatal, particularly to more vulnerable passengers such as children and the elderly.
When you are the victim of a rear-end collision, you may be entitled to substantially more money than insurance companies offer. The best way to learn what your case is really worth is by discussing it with an experienced Arkansas car accident attorney.
If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in a rear-end collision, please call the Duncan Firm at 877-638-6226 today to schedule a free consultation with one of our Arkansas car accident attorneys.
Causes Of Rear-End Collisions
It goes without saying that the most common cause of rear-end collisions is distracted driving. Even momentary inattention can allow a distracted driver to run into the back of another car and cause serious or fatal injury.
Other causes of rear-end collision may include:
- Drunk driving
- Erratic lane changes
- Vehicle malfunction
- Inclement weather
Most rear-end collisions are a result of negligence. When you are injured or a loved one is killed due to someone else’s poor behavior, you have every right to hold them accountable and seek compensation well in excess of what insurance companies are offering.
The Arkansas car accident attorneys at the Duncan Firm have decades of experience helping victims of rear-end collisions get justice. We would be honored to meet with you free of charge and discuss your case, and to help you determine how best to get the compensation you deserve.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced Arkansas car accident attorneys, please contact us through the form on this page or call 877-638-6226 today.