Although they are not very common, if you’ve been in a head-on collision with another vehicle, you know that this kind of accident is scary and serious- and that you may be in need of a top rated head-on collisions attorney. The skilled and compassionate team at Cohen & Cohen, P.C., have experience in successfully helping people in your situation. If you think you may need to talk to a head-on collisions attorney who will fight tirelessly for the rights of you and your loved ones, we are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
When Two Vehicles Collide
Head-on collisions often result in serious injuries or death. You may or may not remember learning in science class about the laws of motion but some of the ones that explain a head-on collision are pretty basic:
- When two heavy, moving objects collide, the force of the impact on both objects is great
- When this occurs with two cars and people in them, the damage to the vehicles and the injuries sustained by the people in the cars, are often great. While head-on collisions count for only about two percent of all accidents, they often cause as much as ten percent of all car accident fatalities.
This, along with many other factors is why it can be helpful to talk to an experienced and understanding head-on collisions attorney as soon as possible after an accident occurs. If you or someone close to you has been injured in a head-on collision, the successful legal team at Cohen & Cohen believes that you and your loved ones should take time to heal while we work to protect the viability of your personal injury claim. If you are grieving because someone close to you has died as the result of a head-on collision, we do not think that you should be worrying about the legal aspects of a wrongful death claim- and we will work hard to alleviate you of this stress as much as possible. Whether you know you need an experienced and successful head-on collisions attorney or are unsure, contact Cohen & Cohen for a free consultation today.
Common Head-on Collision Injuries
Luckily, head-on collisions accidents do not happen frequently because when they do happen, the injuries sustained are often very serious or fatal. The magnitude of the forces involved in head-on collisions often cause the following types of injuries:
- Broken and fractured bones
- Brain injuries
- Head injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Internal organ damage
- Internal bleeding
These kinds of injuries are painful when they occur and are often hard to heal. Sometimes people do not fully recover from these injuries for example, not being able to use one or more limb or having different cognitive abilities than those present prior to the injury that caused them.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a head-on collision, and you are worried about medical bills and/or loss of income as a result of injuries sustained in an accident, help yourself by talking to our experienced head-on collisions attorney who has a history of success at getting the maximum amount of compensation for their clients.