Types of Car Accidents
Car accidents can happen anywhere like traffic, a neighborhood or even a parking lot. Here are the 5 most common types of auto accidents.
These crashes are complex and violent in nature. According to the NHTSA, nearly 85% of all rollover-related fatalities are the result of single-vehicle crashes.
Single Car Accident
This is a type of road traffic accident in which only one vehicle is involved. A majority of these types of crashes are being run off the road, debris, and animals.
This accent happens when one vehicles crashes into the back of another. These are usually due to driver inattention or distraction, tailgating, panic stops, and reduced traction due to irregular road conditions caused by weather.
These accidents, also known as broadside or T-bone collisions, happen when the side of one or more vehicles is impacted. IIH data says these accidents account for a quarter of passenger vehicle occupant deaths.
This accident happens when two vehicles hit each other front to front. Head-on collisions are an often fatal road traffic accident.
It can be shocking after an accident to learn how expensive, time-consuming and frustrating the process can be. For many, pain does not present itself at the scene of the accident, however, the debilitating pain begins a day or two later. This can be difficult for many Americans who do not have health insurance or disability insurance. Therefore, it can be difficult to receive medical attention or income while out of work.
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