4 Types Of Auto Accidents & How To Obtain An Accident Report
Sometimes car accidents are simple fender benders with no major follow-up issues. But there are times when accidents are more extreme and could lead to injuries and legal trouble. If you find yourself facing potential legal problems after a traffic accident, it’s a good idea to obtain the police report.
Here are detailed instructions for how you can obtain your traffic accident report. A traffic report can help your lawyer build your legal case, whether you’re on the defense or the prosecuting side of the case. Here are four types of auto accidents that may require an attorney’s help:
1) Head-on collisions
Head-on crashes can have devastating results, even at low speeds because two vehicles collide with full force in opposing directions.
2) Rear-end collisions
One of the most common car accidents, rear-end crashes often result in minor damage, but serious injuries can also occur. Sometimes, the injuries may not become apparent until weeks or even months after the accident.
3) Side-impact collisions
Also known as broadside or T-bone accidents, a side-impact collision often occurs at intersections and other places with cross-traffic. These accidents are often caused by a negligent driver who was distracted and failed to stop at a light or sign.
4) Rollover accidents
Even though SUVs, pickup trucks, and other vehicles with a high center of gravity are more prone to tip or rollover, any vehicle can rollover under certain road conditions. These accidents are often caused by collisions with other vehicles, fast turning, and similar causes.
If you’ve been involved in any of the above accidents, contact the Law Offices of Russ E. Robbins, P.A today. Our Boca Raton auto accident attorney offers his clients a contingency fee guarantee, meaning that you don’t pay unless you win!