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Rear-End Collision Attorneys in Kenner & Covington, Louisiana

A rear-end collision is one in which a car runs into the vehicle ahead of it. These accidents usually happen because the driver in the rear vehicle was not paying attention as traffic slowed or came to a stop. Unless the driver in front stopped for no reason, the car in the back is usually at fault.

Louisiana Rear End Collision Facts

On a given year, there are approximately 6,462,000 vehicle accidents reported in the United States. Of those, around 1,153,000 are rear end accidents.

An estimated 44,599 traffic accident fatalities will occur, 2,084 of which were from a rear end collision.
Essentially, the incidence of rear end accidents is roughly 23%. So if you’re driving along and are in a car accident, there is almost a 1 in 4 chance it was a rear end accident.

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Holding Insurance Companies Accountable

High-speed rear-end collisions often cause massive injuries or death, but even low-speed collisions can cause serious back, neck and head trauma. Unfortunately, unless your vehicle shows extensive damage from the collision, the insurance company may not believe that you suffered a serious injury.

Rue Law Firm's legal team will work hard to ensure that the insurance company of the at-fault driver treats your injuries with the same seriousness you do. They will work with your doctor to ensure that you receive proper medical care. This is important not only for your physical recovery but also to document your injuries. Their experienced trial lawyers are not afraid to take insurance companies to court to ensure you recover enough compensation to meet your present and future needs.

Contact Louisiana Hit-From-Behind Car Accident Attorneys

If you were rear ended in an accident, reach out today. There are no upfront costs, and they collect attorney fees only if they are able to recover compensation for your losses