Fender Benders and Rear Enders
The graphic images of severe car accidents are sometimes shown in driver education programs to impress upon future motorists the importance of driving responsibly and to deter them from engaging in reckless or negligent driving behaviors. Though these kinds of collisions are a legitimate threat and do occur with some frequency, there are many more accidents that are far less dramatic but which still have the potential to cause the parties involved physical harm.
These less intense collisions are sometimes referred to “fender benders”, but despite the comparatively less serious nature of these crashes, the needs of the victims may still exceed the benefits offered by the pertinent insurance policies. If you have been hurt in a minor car accident caused by another driver’s negligence or you have been rear ended at a stop sign or stoplight, we can help. Contact the Racine car accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874 to learn how you could receive the compensation you need by taking legal action.
Low-intensity Crash Complications
The implications of a head-on collision at highway speeds are not terribly difficult to grasp, though they are horrific to imagine. The physical force, mass, and other hazards such as broken glass and the risk of fire are fairly apparent. But when considering crashes of lower intensity, the issues are sometimes subtler. Complications of low speed crashes may include:
- Airbag or seatbelt injuries
- Back injuries
- Neurological problems
We are committed to helping you fight for the financial compensation that you are rightfully due. Contact the Racine car accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874 to schedule a free initial consultation.