If You Were Seriously Injured In A Head-On Crash

Head-on collisions, in which two cars meet bumper to bumper, are relatively uncommon, compared to rear-end crashes and side-impact crashes. But because of the multiplied velocity of the two vehicles, head-on collisions are often the most violent and destructive.

There are numerous situations that can result in a head-on collision:

  • Other driver is drunk, drugged, drowsy or asleep.
  • Driver turns into oncoming traffic at an intersection.
  • Driver chooses to pass at a poor time.
  • Driver takes a corner at too high a speed.
  • Driver fails to obey signs.
  • Mechanical failure forces one car into another.
  • Bad road conditions, or design and high speed combine to cause the crash.

Injuries resulting from head-on crashes can be terrible, requiring lengthy recuperation periods, brain and other organ damage, paralysis, permanent disability and death.

At The Gold Law Firm we are familiar with every kind of crash situation, and with the best legal strategies for winning compensation claims.

Don't make the mistake of representing yourself. Insurance company attorneys lick their lips when nonlawyers try to get the best of them. We are wise to their tricks at The Gold Law Firm. We know how to block their efforts to deny your claim, insult your character and pay you the smallest amount they can.

To schedule a free evaluation of your case, call The Gold Law Firm at 901-303-8619, toll free at 800-610-9622 — or email us your questions.