When head-on collisions occurs, they are devastating events, one of the most severe types of car accidents. Compared to other types of accidents, head-on collisions are relatively rare. They happen most often in rural areas and at high speeds, with little warning or time for the driver in the correct lane to avoid impact. Typical scenarios where head-on collisions occur are:
Head-on collisions can cause severe or catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, bone fractures, cuts and lacerations, and internal injuries. Injuries may range from mild or moderate to permanently disabling or fatal. Head-on collisions frequently cause PTSD, causing victims to relive the accident in nightmares and flashbacks and experience anxiety and depression.
When the negligence of another driver causes an accident, injured victims may be entitled to financial compensation or damages. Damages may include lost earnings due to being unable to work, medical bills and future medical expenses, and pain and suffering.
Before you accept any compensation offer of a head-on collision insurance claim, talk to an experienced and knowledgeable Anderson SC Attorney. At Krause, Moorhead & Draisen, P.A., our Anderson SC personal injury lawyers have more than 30 years of experience handling car accident claims, including deadly head-on collisions. We have seen first-hand how devastating these accidents can be, and have successfully negotiated large damage settlements.
At our firm, all personal injury and wrongful death cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. We offer a free consultation to review your legal options, answer your questions, and discuss your rights. As part of our contingency fee agreement, you will not pay any fees unless we recover damages or you.
Steven Krause is a personal injury, auto accident, and workers’ compensation lawyer who practices in Anderson, SC. He graduated form the Thomas M. Cooley School of Law and has been practicing law for 40 years now. Steven Krause believes in fighting for the injured. Learn more about his experience here.