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Rear-End Car Accidents in Virginia

Rear-end collisions are known to be the most frequent type of car accident experienced by motorists throughout the United States. While some cases only involve minor vehicle damage, other cases involve severe injuries and even fatalities. If you are involved in a serious rear-end accident that was caused by a negligent or reckless driver, then it is important to retain legal counsel from a qualified car accident attorney to discuss your legal rights.

At the Halperin Law Center, we possess a comprehensive knowledge of Virginia motor vehicle laws to help you recover the compensation you deserve. Our Richmond car accident attorneys have obtained favorable outcomes for a countless number of clients for over 25 years. Let our firm fight for you while you make the best recovery possible from your injuries.

Causes of Rear-End Accidents

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), around 87% of rear-end accidents happen because of distracted driving. Whether a person is texting or having an engaging conversation with a passenger, inattention for even a second or two can result in a devastating collision.

Common causes of rear-end collisions include:

  • Tailgating/following too closely
  • Inattentiveness
  • Inclement weather
  • Poor visibility
  • Bad road conditions
  • Sudden stops
  • Quick acceleration

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While rear-end collision cases may seem simple, the at-fault party and their insurance company may fight back by not cooperating, trying to place blame on you, or delaying your compensation. Fortunately, with the help of a skilled Richmond car accident attorney, your rights and interests will be relentlessly protected until you obtain the best possible outcome.