Texas car accident lawyers explain these serious accidents
When two vehicles crash head-on into each other, the injuries and damage caused by such serious car accidents can be substantial. That's because the force of such accidents can be significantly greater due to the impact of two vehicles traveling in opposite directions.
Head-on car accidents involve many serious legal issues. The driver who caused your crash might deny being at fault. Or perhaps the driver's insurance company might do the same or try to downplay the severity of your injuries.
You shouldn't have to pay for someone else's reckless behavior. Hold the other driver accountable. If you or a loved one was injured in head-on collision in Texas, you deserve to be financially compensated. You deserve excellent legal representation. You deserve Tracey & Fox.
Head-on car crashes occur for many different reasons. Often, the at-fault driver crosses the center line and crashes into an oncoming car. Some of the most common causes for such accidents and other head-on collisions include:
- Distracted drivers (especially texting drivers)
- Drunk drivers
- Asleep-at-the-wheel drivers
- Speeding drivers
This is just a partial list of common causes of head-on collisions. And even if your accident occurred this way, it's important to remember that every accident is unique. That's why you need to talk to an attorney about your crash as soon as possible.
Head-on car crashes often result in serious injuries and even fatalities in many cases. Some of the most common injuries caused by such collisions include:
Head injuries, including concussions
Neck injuries, including whiplash
Spinal cord injuries, including paralysis
Don't underestimate the seriousness of your injuries. Seek immediate medical attention, then contact our law firm to learn more about your legal rights.
As someone injured in a car accident in Texas, you have the right to seek financial compensation for your injuries. Such compensation can cover all your accident-related expenses, including your emergency medical needs, long-term medical care, physical therapy, loss of income and loss of future income.
In most cases, you can submit a claim to your insurance company. But there's no guarantee you will receive the full compensation you deserve for your accident. In most cases, you will receive more money if you hire an attorney to negotiate on your behalf. Our law firm has decades of experience negotiating sizable settlements for injury victims.
And if the other driver's insurance company refuses to cooperate with us, we're prepared to file a lawsuit on your behalf and take them to court. Insurance companies know this. That's why many of them choose to settle with us instead of taking their chances in court. Put your trust in a law firm than puts your needs first. Contact us and schedule your free consultation today.