Category: Rear-End Collisions


Rollover accidents are comparatively rare, with only approximately 1 out of every 50 accidents involving trucks, cars, and SUVs resulting in a rollover. But when rollover accidents do occur, the risk of significant injury or death are extremely high. Rollover accidents make up over one-third of traffic fatalities, despite being

Rear-end collisions occur when the front of a trailing vehicle strikes the back end of the vehicle in front of it. Rear-end collisions are among the most common types of automobile accidents. In most cases, these accidents occur because the trailing vehicle is not allowing proper time and space to

There are a variety of different types of car accidents, including T-bone accidents, rear-end collisions, and head-on collisions. Each of these are more likely to occur under certain circumstances, and knowing those circumstances can help you avoid being in an accident. Rear-end collisions are among the most common types of

With all the distractions coming at drivers in various forms, it’s no surprise that rear-end collisions and car accidents are still among some of the most common motor vehicle accidents we encounter. As drivers, we have to drive even more defensively than ever before. We constantly look in our rear