Rear-End Collision Accidents:

Rear-End Collisions

When you follow too closely behind another car or the other driver suddenly stops, you may end up rear-ending the other car. These crashes, while usually not too damaging, are easily the most common. The best way to prevent them is to keep a safe following distance between you and other cars at all times. Tailgating, even in slow traffic, only puts you and others at risk.

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Rear-End Collisions

Single Vehicle Crashes

T-Bone or Cross-Traffic Accidents

Clipping Other Cars When Merging

Low Speed Accidents

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The information on this website is not intended as specific legal advice, but rather is of a general informational nature. Each case is different always consult with Davy Yockey for specific legal advice. No specific results implied. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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