Head-on Accidents

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Unsafe U-Turns, distracted drivers, driving while impaired, cell phone usage while driving – these are all simple choices people make that can lead to catastrophic results. Head-on collisions, though not the most common type, are often the ones that catch our attention, as well as the covers of newspapers or top billing on news tickers.

Head-on collisions are the most dangerous motor vehicle accidents. From concussions and whiplash to shoulder tears and traumatic brain injuries, there are a plethora of injuries that are left after a head-on collision.

The most common mistake, though, made by people injured in these types of accidents is to assume that theirs is the proverbial open-and-shut case, that the insurance company will see that clear as day and pay. Nothing could be farther from the truth.

Insurance companies have shareholders. They have financial obligations to their shareholders, and these obligations supersede the payment of claims. Insurance companies keep  experts on call to draft reports alleviating their responsibility, and they use these reports to underpay valid claims.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a head-on collision, our experienced team will get to work right away, collecting evidence and heading the insurance company off at the pass.

Because the insurance company should not be the only one with experts.