Accidents do not occur only because of the drivers' fault; instead, there are many other factors too. For example; weather, natural disasters, road hazards, animals, collided vehicles, pedestrians' accidents are some key reasons behind road traffic accident injuries. Find some key types of road accidents below with case scenarios.Head-on collision:
Head-on collision occurs when a driver is drunk or sleepy that causes car's front hitting with the front of another vehicle, or some other object. This may happen when a car is entering a freeway, driveway or going in a wrong direction. We can avoid such accidents by following traffic rules.Rear-Impact Car Accident:
This type of accident occurs when the driver does not maintain appropriate distance from another car and hits the back of another vehicle with its front. Most of the times, this accident is blamed at driver who does not keep break time and distance in mind while driving. If you are confused about this scenario, get back to our experts with your scenario.Side-impact:
This happens when a side of vehicle is hit by another one at an angle to avoid crossing signals or saving someone, or skidding out of control. If you are facing something similar, you can surely appeal for road traffic accident claims.Hit and Run:
Hit and run scenario is quite interesting. It happens when you are in your car or when you have parked your car and someone hits it. In such case, the aggrieved party can go for personal injury claims compensation for the injury and repairing cost of the vehicle.
Pedestrians, cyclist and bike riders are the most vulnerable segment that fall victim to some serious injuries. A range of test cases and scenarios are there in our surrounding. Whatever is your case, come up with your story and obtain traffic accident advice from experts. We are always here to help you in any manner we can.
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