Rear-End Accidents And Soft Tissue Injuries
One of the most common types of motor vehicle accidents is rear-end accidents. Too often people fail to notice traffic stopped in front of them, they fail to accurately judge the amount of space necessary to safely stop or poor weather conditions may simply prevent them from stopping in time.
Rear-end accidents often happen at or involve:
- Red lights
- Stop signs
- Stopped or slowed traffic
The Real impact Of Soft Tissue Injuries
Rear-end collisions can cause very serious injuries. Soft tissue injuries to the neck and back are common. As the body is thrust forward by the force of the impact, the head snaps backward, straining the ligaments in the neck and back.
The reality of these injuries is that they can cause ongoing pain and drastically limit mobility for years depending on their severity and the treatment that is employed. Securing the full compensation you deserve is the best way to ensure that you are able to have access to the best medical care and the best chance at recovering.
Choose A Firm You Can Trust
At Morris & Dean, we offer our clients decades of personal injury experience that allows us to offer real hope and real help. Lawyer Jeffrey J. Dean has been practicing personal injury law since 1988. He knows how to build strong cases and he knows our courts. His record of success has earned him a strong reputation amongst the lawyers and judges of North Georgia. That reputation has helped him earn recognition such as an AV Preeminent* rating from Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system, the highest available rating as well as an 9.3 “Excellent” rating from Avvo.
Speak With A Team Who Cares About Your Well-Being
We only collect attorney’s fees for personal injury cases if we secure compensation for you.
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