Parkland Rear-End Accident and Injury Lawyer
Accident Attorney Assisting Victims Involved in Rear-End Collisions in Parkland
Parkland, Florida: Were you injured in a rear-end car accident in Parkland?
Did the rear-end collision leave you without transportation, making it
difficult to continue with your daily routine? Are you unsure of what
to do next? It’s best to call a personal injury lawyer from our
law firm now so that we can ease your stress during this difficult time.
We’ve helped people who were rear-ended in Parkland and every other
city in Broward. We’ve also helped accident victims from Miami-
Dade and Palm Beach counties and all of Florida. If you don’t have
transportation to get to our office from Parkland, we will come to you!
What We Will Do for You Now:
- We offer free home and hospital visits if you can’t come to our office
- We’ll handle any property damage issues that may arise from the accident
- We will deal with the insurance companies on your behalf
- If you don’t have a way of getting to your medical treatments, we
will do our best to find facility that provides transportation
- We’ll help you decide if you should settle your case or file a law suit
Call Now for an Immediate Free Consultation: (954) 833-1440
According to the Department of Transportation, rear-end collisions are
one of the most common occurring types of accidents. The latest report
by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) found that
close to 30% of all the crashes in 2000 in the United States were rear-end
collisions. NHTSA also found that
most rear-end car crashes happen at speeds up to 30 km/h, with the majority of them being in city traffic.
Rear-end collisions happening at lower speeds are due to driver distraction.
A study discussed by the NHTSA found that 93% of rear-end collisions had
to do with driver inattention. If you have ever heard about driver distraction
and/or driver inattention, then you are most likely familiar with the
most dangerous type, which is texting and driving. Although texting and
driving is by far the worst type of distracted driving, there are many
other types. Distracted driving can be anything from putting on make-up
to eating a sandwich. Basically anything that requires your attention,
eyes, or hands off the wheel is a form of distraction.
In order to try to avoid being involved in a rear-end collision, it’s
best to practice safe driving habits. A good starting point is to avoid
texting, answering phone calls, or anything else that involves using your
cell phone. In addition, if you listen to music in the car, try to avoid
adjusting or changing the music while driving. Instead, get in the habit
of waiting until you are at a red light to change the station.
We have more than 36 years of experience handling rear-end accident cases
and we want to help you.
If you or a loved one were injured in a rear-end collision and don’t
know what to do next, please
call our office now toll-free at
(954) 833-1440 for your free consultation.