If you were hit from behind and injured in a rear-end collision, there is a good chance that you have grounds to file a claim. The only sure way to know if you have a strong case is to partner with a rear-end accident attorney, like The Ruth Law Team. We offer free consultations and… read more?
The thought of having to hire a rear-end accident lawyer after being involved in a traumatic crash can be overwhelming. Fortunately, The Ruth Law Team works on a contingency-fee basis. This means that we offer free consultations and do not charge you anything upfront. In fact, you will not owe us a dime unless we… read more?
If you are hit from behind or involved in any other type of car crash, your first step should always be to seek medical care. Go to the nearest emergency room or urgent care clinic and take care of any urgent medical needs you have. Please be aware many primary care doctors will not treat… read more?
This is your case. While you did not choose to be involved in a rear-end collision, you can talk to your attorney to decide whether your case should go to trial or not. Our rear-end accident lawyers will attempt to settle your case efficiently while also obtaining a fair settlement. However, you are the one… read more?
Yes, The Ruth Law Team has tried hundreds of accident-related cases, including rear-end collisions. We have a stellar track record of success. In fact, we have won more than $63 million in car accident cases since 2014 alone. This number does not include settlements or jury verdicts obtained in other categories. Our rear-end accident lawyers… read more?
Every crash is different, which means the injuries brought about by each incident are also different. However, certain injuries are particularly common in rear-end collisions. These may include concussions, whiplash, neck or spinal cord injuries, fractured bones, and head lacerations. The types of injuries sustained will depend on the vehicles involved, the force of the… read more?
Generally speaking, a rear-end collision involves two or more vehicles. However, there are some scenarios where other parties can also contribute to the crash. For example, if the at-fault driver was intoxicated, then the establishment that served him may share some liability. Municipalities can be held liable if they failed to maintain the roadway and… read more?
Many people hold the misconception that the second driver (i.e., the one who hit you from behind) is always at fault in a rear-end collision. Of course, if you were hit from behind, there is a good chance that the driver at the rear of you was following too closely, speeding, or driving while distracted.… read more?
Any time you are behind the wheel, you should use caution and remain attentive. Doing so can help you avoid being involved in a rear-end collision. In addition, you must ensure that your vehicle is in good working order. Bald tires, faulty brakes, and/or broken brake lights can all contribute to a crash. Lastly, you… read more?
Addressing medical concerns should always be your top priority. However, if you have been hit from behind and believe you have grounds to file a claim, prompt action is a must. The sooner you reach out to one of our rear-end accident attorneys, the better your chances are of achieving a favorable outcome. The longer… read more?