Head-on collisions are often devastating for drivers and passengers involved. These incidents can occur at high speeds and leave those involved with serious injuries. If you or a loved one has been involved in a head-on collision caused by another driver’s negligence, let the team at our firm help you through this. Our Dallas head-on collision attorneys will investigate every aspect of your case and work to secure the compensation you need.
Data from the Texas Department of Transportation shows us that there were nearly 250,000 people injured in car accidents and 3,639 fatalities during the latest reporting year of data available for the state. While Texas does not list how many accidents were head-on collisions, we know that these incidents can be particularly devastating.
Any car accident has the potential to cause devastating injuries for drivers and passengers. However, head-on collisions are often more severe than other types of crashes. This is in part due to the fact these incidents often involve both vehicles moving at higher rates of speed and slamming into one another.
It is not uncommon for our Dallas head-on collision lawyers to help clients who sustained the following injuries due to a head-on collision:
Each of these injuries will require emergency medical care. In many head-on collisions, victims require extensive medical care, physical therapy, and long-term rehabilitation in order to make a full recovery. If a victim cannot work while they recover, their financial situation will become immeasurably worse.
Head-on collisions, like most vehicle accidents, usually occur due to driver error. In these cases, it is not uncommon for a head-on collision to occur due to the following:
If you or a loved one has been injured in a head-on collision in Dallas that was caused by another driver’s careless or negligent actions, contact a skilled car crash attorney today. The team at our firm is standing by and ready to conduct a thorough investigation into your case. Our goal is to secure the compensation you need, which can include: