REAR-END COLLISIONS ATTORNEYS IN TULSA, OKLAHOMA
Rear-end collisions are among the most common types of auto accidents and range from minor fender-benders to total loss of a vehicle and can result in catastrophic, life-altering injuries or even death. The amount of property damage varies depending on the severity of impact, vehicle sizes, contact points of the vehicles, angle of impact, braking, etc.
People can be seriously injured in rear-end accidents that are “minor fender-benders” and involve very little property damage. It is always wise to get checked out by a medical professional. A delay in treatment can worsen your injuries and prolong your treatment. When in doubt, get checked out by a medical professional.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a rear-end collision as a result of someone else’s negligence, give the Rode Law Firm a call today.
The Rode Law Firm will help you Recover in 3 ways:
First, to Recover property damages; Second, to Recover physically from your injuries with medical treatment; and Third, to Recover financially, getting you the maximum compensation you deserve.
Call the Rode Law Firm and get on Your Road to Recovery today.
Mr. Rode has over 30 years of experience handling car accidents, and his team of highly skilled paralegals, team leads, and team members are passionate and professional people who work alongside Mr. Rode to prepare, package, and present your claim to obtain the highest and best offer from the insurance companies. Working on car wreck cases is what we do.
Our team is dedicated to gathering facts and data, witness statements, photographs, police reports, medical records and bills, estimates, receipts, and negotiating the best possible settlement for our clients.
Common causes of rear-end collisions include:
Following too closely
Driving too fast for conditions
Failure to obey traffic control devices
Failure to keep a proper lookout
Failure to slow for traffic ahead
Failure to yield the right-of-way
Improper lane change
Failure to devote full time and attention to driving
Failure to maintain an assured clear distance
Driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol
Unsafe lane change
Common rear-end collision injuries include:
Hyper Extension/Flexion of the Neck
Hyper Extension/Flexion of the Low back
Herniated Nucleus Pulposus (HNP)
Internal organ injury/bleeding
Injuries caused by airbags
Injuries to an Eye
Seat belt Injuries
Injuries to arms and hands
Injuries to Feet
Further harms and losses that result from rear-end collisions include:
Loss of future wages
Loss of ability to perform your job (earning capacity)
Physical pain and suffering
Mental anguish and emotional distress
Decreased quality of life
Scarring and disfigurement