Rear-end accidents are caused not only by distracted drivers but also by drivers who tailgate, fail to brake soon enough, don't keep a lookout, are speeding or lose control of their vehicle.
Rear-end auto accidents often cause severe back and neck injuries, broken bones, and chronic pain. Many symptoms often take a day or two to develop.
The force of the impact often throws the victims' bodies forward and then backward. A traumatic brain injury may also occur, but the signs and symptom may not begin immediately.
If you have been injured in a rear-end auto accident caused by another motorist, Lloyd Law Group can help. First, our attorneys investigate the crash and preserve evidence that you will need at trial to win or settle your case. Second, attorneys help you determine the best and quickest path to resolve your case so that you can move on with your life after the accident.