Miami Rear-End Car Accidents Attorney
This Miami rear-end car accident lawyer provides help to clients who have been injured in car accidents. A rear-end car accident takes place when the front of a vehicle collides with the rear of the vehicle in front of it. Such accidents are referred to as rear-end collisions, and the victim of a rear-end vehicle wreck often sustains all sorts of injuries. Catastrophic injuries can result from a rear-end car crash - amongst them brain injuries, injuries to the neck, shoulders, and back, and in many cases even wrongful death. All types of orthopedic injuries can result from rear-end accidents also.
When people hear about a rear-end collision accident, they frequently assume the wreck was the fault of the driver in the car that was following the other one. Since it is mandatory that drivers follow other vehicles at a safe distance, drivers in the rear have to be ready to stop if the vehicle in front of them stops abruptly to avoid an accident.
After a rear-end car wreck, the driver in the rear is presumed to be at fault for the accident. Nevertheless, the presumption can be overcome based on the circumstances around the abrupt stop, and evidence and witness statements found at the scene. In fact, there is a Florida State Statute that states this.
If you choose Mr. Quackenbush to represent you in your case, he will use this presumption in court to argue that the Jury must presume that, absent evidence to the contrary, the driver that rear-ended you was at fault.
There are certain circumstances in which the presumption mentioned above (that the vehicle in the rear was at fault) may be overcome. For example, another driver might argue that the front car abruptly changed lanes for no apparent reason and without signaling, or that the front car stopped abruptly and without warning. So this is why it's very important to contact an experienced lawyer like Mr. Quackenbush because he knows how to overcome this argument and keep your case strong.
If you have been injured in a rear-end car accident or somebody you care about has been injured or killed in a rear-end car collision or any type of car accident anywhere in the State of Florida (including Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County and South Florida), contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288. This expert rear-end impact car accident injury attorney will give you an absolutely free, no-obligation consultation now. He works on contingency, which means you don’t need to pay any lawyer fees until you have received compensation in your case.This Miami Rear-End Car Accident Lawyer Gives Advice to Clients in Need
Most rear-end car accidents involve two vehicles, but some rear-end accidents might involve more than two vehicles. These are often called “multiple-car pileup accidents”. In a typical three-vehicle rear-end accident, the first two vehicles in line are stopped when the third vehicle hits the second or middle vehicle, causing the middle car to move forward, impacting the first car. In this scenario, the inhabitants of the middle car actually experience two impacts.
In a multi-car pileup accident, it is important to figure out who actually started the accident. In the majority of multiple-car pileup accidents, the vehicle in the far back causes the accident. The vehicle in the back usually negligently rear-end the vehicle in front and caused a "domino effect" of vehicles rear-ending each-other. If that is the case, this Miami Rear-End Car Accident lawyer will try to gain compensation for you from the vehicle in the back.
Defense lawyers will often argue that your feeling two impacts in a multiple-car pileup signifies that the multiple-vehicle wreck was actually caused by you. After all, if two vehicles in the multi-vehicle collision were not able to avoid rear-ending you (causing you to feel two impacts), the argument goes, the cause of the accident could have been that you stopped too suddenly - rather than the more unlikely scenario that two other drivers just weren't paying attention to the road. Mr. Quackenbush is ready to take-on this argumentPursue Justice Alongside this Miami-Dade County Rear-End Car Crash/Wreck Law Firm
When a person is injured in a rear-end vehicle accident by a drunk driver, he or she might bring a lawsuit against the driver to seek damages for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and may be entitled to punitive damages. Punitive damages are intended to serve as a deterrent when the defendant’s misconduct was sufficiently offensive. These damages are meant to punish the drunk driver and deter the driver and others from similar conduct in the future. However, it’s important to hire a rear-end vehicle accident attorney as soon as possible as you will have to file a motion in court in order to obtain punitive damages.
Distracted driving is also a main cause of rear-end vehicle crashes. There are many reasons drivers aren’t fully engaged in the act of responsibly operating a motor vehicle. Texting while driving is one of the most unsafe activities in which a person can participate. The sad truth is that many people are seriously hurt or lose their lives every year due to the distractions caused by cellphone usage. However, texting is not the only distraction that can cause accidents. If you or someone in your family has been the victim in a car accident caused by the distraction of someone else, you might be able to pursue a punitive damages claim against the other vehicle driver. This Miami rear-end car accident attorney can assist you to do this.Speak to this Miami Rear-End Car Collision Attorney/Lawyer Today
If you or someone you love has been involved in a rear end car accident caused by another party's negligence anywhere in the State of Florida, you may be able to receive compensation. Mr. Quackenbush handles cases all over Miami-Dade County - this includes Aventura, Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Doral, Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, Key Biscayne, Miami Beach, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, Miami Shores, North Miami, North Miami Beach, Opa-Locka, Palmetto Bay, Pine Crest, South Miami, and Sunny Isles Beach.
Dial 954-448-7288 to speak with this Miami rear-end car accident law firm. Mr. Quackenbush is an experienced lawyer who will gladly give you a free, no-obligation consultation.
He will review all of your options with you and work hard to get you the full and fair recovery that you deserve. He will not get paid for his time until you have made a recovery in your case.