Were You Hit From Behind In Southwestern Ohio?
In a rear-end car accident case, proving the other side’s negligence is rarely an issue. The driver may try, but it is difficult to find an excuse for running into the back of another vehicle. More likely, the driver was sending text messages or was otherwise too distracted to notice that traffic had come to a halt. Distracted driving accidents and other rear-end collisions are clear acts of negligence, and negligent drivers need to be held accountable.
At Rittgers Rittgers & Nakajima, our Cincinnati rear-end collision injury attorneys have more than 30 years of experience holding negligent drivers accountable. They have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for people like you across southwestern Ohio and northwestern Kentucky. You can count on them. Contact us at 513-496-0134. We’re available 24.7.
The Aftermath Of A Rear-End Collision
Rear-end collisions are perhaps the most common type of car accident. They occur at stop signs and stoplights as well as on busy highways when traffic grinds to a halt. They can result in brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and other severe injuries as well as wrongful death. Many victims of rear-end collisions are left with whiplash injuries.
There is a misconception that whiplash is a minor injury. Our lawyers know that the opponent will try to exploit this misconception by bringing in an expert to say that injuries of this type typically heal very quickly. The key word is “typically.” Every person is different, and every injury is different. Sometimes, whiplash takes longer to heal or may never completely heal. Our attorneys will bring in trusted experts of their own to explain your injury specifically. No matter what injury you have suffered, if it is serious, they have the skills to help.