A common sight on the highway is the after-effects of a rear-end collision.
Common injuries arising from rear-end accidents include whiplash, neck, back, and spinal injuries.
No other driver is involved in this type of crash, and it may be a loss of control because of driving conditions, weather, speed, driving under the influence, or not paying attention to the road.
Also referred to as a T-bone collision, these are often caused by a driver running a red light or making a turn without yielding.
The driver in the car that collides into another car is typically found negligent in this type of accident.
In these situations, the driver entering the roadway is usually found as the negligent party.
When a driver fails to yield when entering the roadway, this type of accident can occur.
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