The automobile has been around for a little more than a century. In that time the automobile has become the primary mode of transportation across our country. Our cities and states are paved to support automotive transportation. From one-road towns to cities like Newark, New Jersey, cars have become a necessity of everyday life. Cars in many ways have become more than just a vehicle to get from point A to point B. They have become a status symbol, a statement on the environment, a vision of advancement in technology, and much more.

With the country’s reliance on cars, comes responsibility. Car accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the United States and can occur anywhere, at anytime.

  • Hit-and-Run:
    This type of accident is characterized when the vehicle that strikes another leaves the scene of the accident before their information can be obtained or authorities can arrive.
  • Rear-end collision:
    A rear-end collision happens when a vehicle crashes into the back of another vehicle. More often a distracted driver, road debris, challenging road conditions, or weather causes this type of collision.
  • Side-impact collision:
    This type of collision occurs when one, or more vehicles, are hit on the side of their car. These typically happen in intersections, often caused when someone runs a red light.
  • Single Car Accident:
    Single car accidents do not involve another vehicle and are usually caused by road debris, rollovers, when a driver is run-off-the-road, or even by animals.
  • Vehicle rollover:
    These accidents occur when a vehicle tips over onto its side or onto the roof. These typically have a higher fatally rate and may involve other vehicles.
  • Head-on collision:
    A head-on collision occurs when the front of two opposing vehicles crash the front of their vehicle into one another. These are often fatal. These can occur when drivers are distracted and don’t adhere to traffic signs or signals.
  • High-speed collision:
    These are often fatal and occur at a high rate of speed, typically on a highway.

Car accidents can result in a variety of injuries including whiplash, scrapes, cuts, broken ribs, head injuries, internal bleeding, back or knee trauma, and more. When the other driver does not show due caution, you, the injured, have the ability to seek compensation for your personal injuries and the damages to your vehicle.

Prosmushkin & Tsirkin Trial Lawyers practices and excels in representation of clients who have been injured in car accidents. Our expertise in this type of personal injury law helps our clients obtain the best possible outcome for their case. Our team of lawyers reviews each case individually to determine what compensation you are entitled to for your injuries, loss of work, property damages, and impact to your family. Determining how much your claim is worth comes from years of experience in personal injury case representation. Our lawyers evaluate the unique factors impacting the collision, the people involved, the road conditions, and more.

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