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Coral Springs Car Accident Lawyer

One of the most dangerous daily activities that people engage in is driving a car. According to Driver Knowledge, around three million people are injured in car collisions annually and of those, two million suffer what will become permanent injuries. Some cases turn out even more tragically, with traffic fatalities instead of injuries. The victims of traffic crashes have the right to seek compensation for the damages through a personal injury lawsuit. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a car collision, it is imperative you speak with a skilled Coral Springs car accident lawyer at Lyons & Snyder to learn what the appropriate next steps are for your case.

Common Causes of Car Crashes

T-Bone Collisions—T-bone collisions occur when two vehicles collide at perpendicular angles. This is frequently seen at intersections when one driver runs a red light or fails to acknowledge a stop sign.

Rear-end Collisions—Rear-end collisions are common when a driver is distracted, drunk, or acting aggressively towards others on the road and is following the car in front of them too closely. According to a 2015 Washington Post article, there are about 1.7 million rear-end collisions on roads across the United States each year.

Head-On Collisions—When two cars collide head-on, the forces are in opposing directions and become amplified. For instance, if one driver is traveling 60 mph and the other driver is traveling 45 mph in a head-on collision, the crash will be similar to a crash with a driver traveling 105 mph into a sedentary object. These crashes often involve an intoxicated driver, a driver who has fallen asleep at the wheel, or a driver who is distracted and crosses the double yellow lines.

Sideswipe Collisions—These crashes frequently occur on larger roads where drivers are merging or changing lanes. If a driver fails to use their indicator lights or check their mirrors before moving into a lane, they risk sideswiping another vehicle and causing injury.

Rollovers—Rollover crashes are any crash that results with one or more vehicles flipping over. Rollovers are particularly dangerous if a vehicle’s occupants are not wearing seatbelts as they can be eject from the flipping vehicle. Rollovers, while rare, often result in loss of life or severe injury.

Injuries Commonly Seen From Car Collisions

  • Fractured bones;
  • Whiplash;
  • Facial trauma;
  • Spinal cord injuries;
  • Lacerations;
  • Traumatic brain injuries;
  • Burns;
  • Sprains, strains, contusions, and other soft tissue damage; and
  • More.

Contact a Coral Springs Car Crash Attorney Today

Car collision victims face medical expenses and a recovery that often keeps them away from work and other family responsibilities. In addition to the physical pain, they frequently have to deal with emotional distress as well. All of this should be considered when seeking compensation in a personal injury lawsuit. The Coral Springs car accident lawyers of Lyons & Snyder understand how to build a solid case so that you receive the compensation you deserve. If you or a loved one has been involved in a traffic collision that was caused by another party, contact our offices today at (954) 462-8035 to schedule a free consultation.

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