Low speed impact crashes
Low speed impact crashes may not be the worst, but they can still do damage. These fender-benders, bumps, parking lot collisions, and other crashes under the speed of ten miles per hour can often happen in parking lots and residential areas, risking pedestrian lives. You must always be on the lookout for pedestrians in neighborhoods and other common pedestrian areas, and you should never speed. Since many low speed crashes happen while drivers are backing up, take extra care to look out for other drivers before reversing.
Unfortunately, even with the best preventative measures we can’t always protect ourselves from accidents. When people drive recklessly, they may be liable for the damages caused by your accident. An experienced attorney can help you hold them responsible. If you or a family member has been in any of these common types of accidents caused by a negligent driver, you may be eligible for compensation.