Rear end auto accidents are among the most common types of motor vehicle accidents, with victims often being oblivious to their impending fate at the moment of the collision. While it is often assumed that rear end auto accident cases are relatively straightforward, they can be among the most complex and hard-fought of all types of auto accident claims. Fortunately, for victims of rear end auto accidents in Central Florida, personal injury attorneys of the highest professional and ethical standards are at their disposal at the law firm of Chanfrau & Chanfrau.
As experts in Central Florida rear end auto accidents, our experienced personal injury attorneys have the resources and skills to handle even the most complex cases. If you or a member of your family has been seriously injured, or if you have lost a beloved family member, in a rear end auto accident caused by the negligence of another driver, we can help. Our world-class investigation and auto accident reconstruction services allow us to present the strongest cases possible on behalf of our clients. We will work with the finest forensic and medical experts in their respective fields to prove that the losses and expenses incurred in your case should be covered by the driver of the motor vehicle that collided with you from behind. We will work tirelessly to ensure that you obtain the full measure of compensation to which you are entitled, including damages to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and other losses and expenses.
For further information about how we can assert your rights as a victim of a rear end auto accident, please contact the Central Florida law firm of Chanfrau & Chanfrau today.
About Rear End Auto Accidents
It is the duty of all drivers on the road to make sure that there is a safe distance between their automobiles and the automobiles in front of them. A general rule of thumb is that drivers should be able to count slowly to three from the time that the front car passes a landmark alongside the road to the time that they pass the same landmark. If they cannot count to three during this time, they are following too closely and will quite possibly be unable to avoid an accident in the event that the front car executes a sudden stop.
In many cases handled by our Daytona Beach auto accident attorneys, the drivers of the rear vehicle simply failed to pay attention to the vehicle of the accident victim, whether due to cell phone use or another distraction. Whatever the circumstances surrounding the case, with a few rare exceptions the driver of the rear vehicle is usually mostly or exclusively at fault in instances of rear end accidents.
If you or a member of your family has been harmed in a rear end auto accident, we encourage you to call, visit, or email our Central Florida personal injury law firm today. We would be pleased to evaluate your case and advise you of your legal rights and options.