Rear ended? Yes, call a personal injury lawyer today


Have you been in a car accident, rear ended? Snow storms and bad weather may cause rear end car accidents. If you have been Rear ended, you need to call a lawyer now. You or someone in the car may have been injured.

Wintry conditions can make driving difficult at times. More than 20,000 auto accidents happen every year in the United States alone. Rear end collisions make up a large percentage of this number. Ice, snow, and freezing rain are some of the reasons for bad road conditions. When traveling too fast for snowy road conditions you don't have time to stop or the proper safety distance. Distractions, too, cause such accidents. Such conditions are usually when a rear end collision occurs.

Proper Precautions are over looked more than half the time.

Rear end car accidents occur as a result of motorists not taking proper precautions when driving in a snowstorm. A couple of precautions are driving at a safe speed (slowing down just a little more than normal speed) and keeping a safe distance between you and the car ahead of you. Ensuring the car is running safely, breaks and tires, may be neglected and cause a rear end car accident. You should not suffer because someone else failed to maintain safe conditions on the road.

Rear end Collisions Injuries Include (examples):

  • Head injuries including TBI (traumatic brain injury)

  • Spine, back and neck injuries

  • Fractures and broken bones

  • Herniated disk

  • Permanent or temporary disability

  • Disfigurement

  • Organ damage

Unfortunately, the doctors and hospitals are expensive when you are recuperating from an auto accident. With long lasting treatment and medical therapy things will get costly quickly. Most victims are out of work until released by doctors to return to work. That means you can miss days, weeks,month or even years of, among other things, lost wages after a rear end collision.

The snowstorm type of auto accident may not be your fault.

Suffering serious injuries in a car accident where snow, ice or bad road conditions occurred may result in outrageous medical bills, financial loss and lost wages. If the rear end collision was not your fault, you may be able to receive financial compensation for all of your injures from the person at fault. However, often proving a weather related car accident is complicated. Call a professional, call the Law Offices of Cory H. Morris – 631-450-2515. This is where a knowledgeable Personal Injury Lawyer comes in handy. When going to see your lawyer take with you the following:

  • A police report of the actual events and cause of the car accident

  • All medical documents you may now have.

  • If you have any witnesses to the car accident, make sure to bring their contact information also.

  • You may want to recreate the accident onto a poster board if some parts are a little hard to explain.

  • Any photos you may have taken of the rear end collision.

  • Information about insurance for both or all cars involved in the auto accident.

These things will help the lawyer get a better idea of what of information he or she might need, to get you some investments for your injuries. For a Personal Injury Lawyer please call me at 631-450-2515.


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