With thousands of drivers on the roads every day, the risk of car accidents due to inattention, distraction, drunken driving, and negligence is high. If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident, the consequences can be life-altering, from temporary injuries to permanent disfigurement and financial burden.
Car accidents can result in various types of injuries, classified as incapacitating and non-incapacitating. Incapacitating injuries, also known as A-injuries, include broken limbs, serious lacerations, spinal cord injuries, and more. Non-incapacitating injuries, or B-injuries, include scratches, bruises, and concussions.
Our DuPage County car accident lawyers act quickly to hold the negligent parties accountable and protect your personal, property, and health rights. We have extensive experience in car accident cases and will fight for you to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. Contact us today for a legal consultation and let us defend your rights, health, finances, and future after a car accident, pedestrian-involved accident, or commercial truck collision.
At Zara Law Group, if you or a loved one has been in a motor vehicle collision or have been struck by a vehicle as a pedestrian, our DuPage County car accident lawyers act quickly to hold the negligent parties accountable.
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There are several types of accidents drivers in DuPage County can encounter while driving. These include:
Rear-end collisions are vehicle accidents that occur when a vehicle behind another follows too closely and is unable to stop in time when the lead car starts braking or comes to a stop.
Rear End collisions can happen at any time while driving. While they frequently occur at or near stop lights, signs, and intersections, they can also occur while driving on open roads.
Rear-end collisions can occur due to several factors. While following a vehicle too closely is the main reason these can occur, slick roadways due to rain, snow, and black ice can dramatically increase the time it takes a vehicle to stop. Additionally, drugs and alcohol can severely reduce reaction times causing the following driver to not react in time to stop appropriately.
Side impact accidents, also known as T-bone collisions can cause severe injuries and even death to the occupants of the vehicle that has been struck.
T-bone accidents can occur due to many factors, the most common being drivers unwilling to stop for a traffic signal and then striking the victim, often at full speed. The energy from these impacts can cause devastating personal injuries.
Motor vehicle accidents involving pedestrians are among the worst types of collisions. An average vehicle weighs over a ton, or 2,000 pounds and when a car hits a person, the damages are often catastrophic.
Pedestrian-involved car accidents often cause permanent injury, disfigurement, and death. While the driver of the vehicle involved may not be under the influence of substances, a moment's inattention can change a family's life forever.
While many drivers have run over an occasional curb, single-vehicle accidents aren't always caused by the driver of the vehicle involved in an accident. Unsafe conditions due to bright lights, unnaturally slick conditions, or foreign objects left on the road can cause devastating consequences for even the most attentive drivers.
Collisions with commercial vehicles, vans, and semi-trucks can also have devastating consequences for a vehicle's occupants. A moment of inattention by a commercial driver can cause terrible repercussions for those involved with Semi-Trucks and can cause catastrophic injuries.
Incapacitating injuries, also known as a-injuries, are any non-fatal injuries and bodily damages that occur that diminish the victim's ability to walk, drive, or perform other daily tasks that they could perform before the accident.
Broken limbs, serious lacerations, spinal cord injuries, stomach injuries, fractured skulls, brain injuries, and chest traumas are examples of incapacitating wounds.
Non-incapacitating injuries, also known as b-injuries are injuries visible to witnesses at the scene of the collision but are neither deadly nor incapacitating. These wounds sustained can include scratches and lacerations, concussions, abrasions, and bruises.
Every day, thousands of drivers are on the roads throughout DuPage County. With so many drivers on the road, there's an increased risk that inattention, distraction, drunken driving, and negligence can result in collisions with other cars or worse, pedestrians.
When you’re involved in an automobile accident in DuPage County, you and your family’s life can change in an instant.
From temporary injuries to lifelong burdens, an accident can cause temporary to long-term pain, disfigurement alongside thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical bills throughout your life, and temporary or full loss of your vehicle which can impact your ability to get to work, and fulfill personal commitments.
Our DuPage County car accident attorneys fight for you and are committed to safeguarding your rights, health, and property after an accident to get you the compensation you deserve while holding those responsible accountable.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident in DuPage County you must contact us immediately to preserve evidence, build your case, and get you the appropriate medical care right away. Contact us today to learn how our dedicated and experienced DuPage County vehicle accident attorneys defend your rights, your health, finances, and your future after a car accident, pedestrian-involved, or commercial truck collision.
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