Fender Bender Accidents

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Injuries From Fender Bender Accidents

If you've been injured following a fender bender accident, the experienced lawyers at The Advocates Injury Attorneys are here to help. Get a free consultation today.

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Experienced Legal Representation for Those Injured in Fender Bender Accidents

Undoubtedly, the most common type of car accident is a fender bender collision. No matter how practiced a driver one may be, most everyone has been in a fender bender accident at some point. While most people consider these accidents to be too minor to even contact a police officer about, fender benders are known to cause injury to those involved.

If you have suffered injuries caused by a fender bender accident, you will almost certainly need a practiced car accident attorney to help you file a successful injury claim. Despite fender benders being considered minor car crashes, injury claims stemming from such accidents can still quickly become complicated. What you need most after your fender bender is the help of an Advocate attorney.

How an Advocate Injury Attorney Will Help You

Here are just a few ways The Advocates can help your fender bender injury claim:

  • Compile your comprehensive medical records

  • Recover compensation for current and future medical expenses

  • File a successful property damage claim

  • Negotiate with pushy insurance adjusters

  • Obtain compensation for non-physical losses such as emotional damage

  • File a lawsuit

  • if necessary

  • and present your case in court

More than any other personal injury firm, The Advocates know how to help you make the best recovery possible. Our attorneys have a history of recovering maximum compensation for clients. Contact an attorney with The Advocates today for a free consultation. Don’t wait!

Common Car Accident FAQs

Types of Fender Bender Crash Injuries

While fender bender crashes rarely cause serious injuries such as spinal cord damage or a broken neck, these accidents may still cause a variety of painful injuries. Some of the more common fender bender injuries are:

  • External and internal bleeding
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Whiplash and other soft tissue damage
  • Damaged organs
  • Bruises and contusions
  • Broken bones
  • Cuts and lacerations
  • Facial scarring
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Broken Teeth

The attorneys with The Advocates have decades of experience helping their clients recover compensation for the above injuries. We understand the stress and uncertainty you likely feel as you face a prolonged recovery period and the potential loss of income. You deserve an Advocate!

Common Causes of Fender Bender Accidents

Fender bender crashes typically happen when one vehicle collides into the backside of a second vehicle. Yet these accidents occur for a number of reasons. Here are a few of the most common:

Driving while distracted
Distracted driving is frequently caused by cell phone use, adjusting the radio, or using a GPS system. Driving is a complex activity which requires the full attention of the driver. Any distraction can prove deadly.

Excessive speeding
The faster a vehicle moves, the less time the driver has to react to another vehicle changing lanes, pulling out in front of them, or suddenly hitting its brakes. Drivers often may not leave enough space between their vehicle and those in front of them.

Aggressive driving
Most everyone has seen another vehicle being driven aggressively. Such driving often involves tailgating, weaving in and out of traffic, cutting other drivers off, or pumping the brakes repeatedly to punish a vehicle following behind. Each of these dangerous behaviors can lead to fender benders resulting in moderate to significant injuries.

Driving while tired
Fatigued driving is when a driver is too exhausted to properly operate a vehicle. Driving while tired can greatly reduce a motorist’s observation and response time. It is always better to pull over for a quick nap than it is to push on if you are tired.

Drunk or impaired driving
Similar to distracted driving, a driver who is drunk or impaired is unable to properly operate a vehicle in a safe manner. With so many alternate forms of transportation available, such as rideshare vehicles or public transportation, driving while inebriated should never be an option.

Get a Free Legal Consultation Today!

Don’t wait to speak with an Advocate about your fender bender case today. Our attorneys are available to give you a free consultation about your legal options. You can either call our office at (206) 452-4200, fill out a contact form, or chat with a live attorney from the bottom of your screen. Our team of injury attorneys is ready to help you make the best recovery possible. You deserve an Advocate!


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