Rear-End Collision Attorney

In a rear-end collision, there is clearer evidence of fault than in any other type of auto accident. In most cases, the car that was hit was stopped at a stop light, at a stop sign or in traffic. Despite the clear evidence of fault, a rear-end accident victim’s injuries may be very difficult to prove because of the nature of the crash dynamics. Contact us online or call 1-800-300-8561 toll free for immediate help.

Rear End Car Accident Lawyers in Oakland, San Jose, Walnut Creek & Fremont – Hayward

For experienced representation that can give you an advantage in rear-end accident litigation, contact California personal injury lawyer Jack Bloxham at any of our four Injury Law Center offices.

Rear-end collisions are unique from other auto accidents. In most accidents, the driver who is hit is either at a complete stop or only moving at a few miles per hour, with no or very little forward momentum. Often, the victim will see the oncoming car in the rear view mirror and expect the collision.

Because of these factors and the low speeds common in these accidents, drivers who are hit in rear-end collisions often suffer the following types of injuries:

  • Soft tissue injuries, such as whiplash or disc damage in the cervical vertebrae when the head is snapped forward then suddenly back
  • Carpal tunnel injury, due to the driver bracing for the impact by the vehicle he or she sees coming in the rear view mirror
  • Ankle and knee injuries, due to flexing legs and bracing for impact
  • Serious injuries to the head and face — such as closed head injuries — caused by airbag deployment

San Jose-Walnut Creek rear-end collision attorney Jack Bloxham knows how to investigate and prove these injuries that insurance companies most often resist: closed head injury, whiplash and other soft tissue injuries. Our goal in representing you is to help you get the full and fair damages that you deserve and need to cover your medical bills, expenses and losses.

Contacting a Rear End Accident Lawyer

In certain cases — such as hit and run accidents, drunk driving accidents and underinsured motorist collisions — it might be necessary to sue your own insurer as well to recover the full measure of your damages.

Most often, rear-end collisions are the result of inattentive driving, due to cell phones, distractions from passengers or even the radio. To learn how we can help maximize the value of your rear-end collision settlement, contact one of or offices in San Jose, Oakland, Walnut Creek or Fremont – Hayward to speak to car accident injury attorney Jack Bloxham at the Injury Law Center, or call us toll free at 1-800-300-8561 or email us today.