Vehicle Accidents

Vehicle rollover

Vehicle rollover accidents are extremely dangerous and frightening. A rollover occurs when a vehicle literally flips over onto its side or roof. Any vehicle can be involved in a rollover accident, but cars with a high center of gravity such as SUV (sport utility vehicles) are especially prone to this type of accident

Single-car accidents

Accidents involving only one vehicle are also common. They occur when a vehicle strikes an object such as a pole, a tree, a fire hydrant or a wall. In some cases, they may involve pedestrians and other innocent bystanders.

Head-on collisions

These types of collisions are often fatal. Head-on collisions are exactly what they sound like — they occur when the front ends of two vehicles impact each other.An accident where one driver leaves the scene is known as a hit-and-run accident. It can be very difficult to determine the identity of the driver or vehicle

Multiple vehicle collisions

Multiple vehicle collisions are sometimes referred to as “pile-ups” and often occur on busy roads such as highways and freeways. They can involve many vehicles and be the most dangerous

Vehicle Accidents

Accidents can happen at any time. Studies show that most people are involved in accidents when they are less than five miles from home.

There are many potential causes of an accident: speeding, traffic gridlock, negligence, recklessness and unsafe driving are just a few. A car wreck can also occur where you may least expect it: on side streets and in parking lots.

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