You’re driving along innocently, following the rules of the road and oblivious to the situation that is about to occur. Perhaps you’re stopped at a light or slowing down to conform to the flow of traffic on the freeway, when suddenly…BAM! In an instant, your world has changed forever due to a rear end collision caused by the negligence of the driver behind you.
Although the circumstances surrounding such an accident may seem clear, rear-end auto accident cases are often among the most complex, requiring careful investigation and accident recreation in order to present convincingly. The White Plains personal injury attorneys of Worby Groner Edelman, LLP, have the resources, experience, skill, and tenacity to handle even the most complex auto accident cases successfully. If you or a member of your family has been seriously injured in a rear end auto accident, you owe it to yourself to entrust your case to a law firm that can maximize your financial recovery. Worby Groner Edelman, LLP, is precisely that firm.
Throughout New York, including White Plains, rear end car accidents are a regular occurrence. When they occur due to the negligent or deliberately wrongful behavior of another party, victims are entitled to compensation for the losses and expenses that result from their injuries. But time is of the essence, as a claim must be filed before the statute of limitations expires. Don’t let another minute pass. To arrange for an evaluation of your rear end auto accident case, please contact our personal injury attorneys in White Plains today.
About Rear End Auto Accidents
Anyone with a driver’s license probably remembers the “three-second rule” that is taught during driver’s training. In order to maintain a safe distance between your car and the car in front of you while in motion, pick out a landmark on the side of the road. You should be able to count to three (using the “Mississippi” method; e.g., “one-Mississippi, two-Mississippi…”) from the time the car in front of you passes the landmark and the time that your car passes the landmark. If you cannot count to three during this time, you are following too closely and need to slow down.
Regardless of the method used to measure the distance, all cars are required to maintain a safe distance from the cars in front of them. A car should always be able to brake safely and avoid a collision in the instance that the car in front of it slows down or stops. While there are rare exceptions, in most cases of rear end collisions, it is the driver of the rear car that is mostly or primarily at fault.
Nevertheless, it is incumbent upon the victim’s attorney to prove that the driver of the rear car was negligent and therefore liable for the victim’s injuries. The fact that the accident occurred is not, in itself, proof of negligence. That’s where our White Plains car accident attorneys come into play. Our attorneys know how to present the strongest, most compelling cases possible and have an impressive track record of successful verdicts and settlements. They can collect evidence, use expert testimony, and construct an airtight argument to prove negligence on the part of the defendant, aggressively fighting for your right to compensation.
For further information about rear end car accident litigation, please contact our White Plains personal injury law firm today.