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A head-on collision is one of the most dangerous types of auto accidents. When two cars are involved in a head-to-head crash, serious, and often fatal injuries occur. Tragically, head-on collisions account for only two percent of all accidents, yet they cause 10 percent of all car accident fatalities.
The Charlotte car accident lawyers at Auger & Auger understand the pain, confusion, and financial worries that clients experience in the days and weeks after their accident. You may have questions concerning medical treatment, lost income, medical bills, property damage, rental car costs, and more. The attorneys at Auger & Auger can help with all of your concerns.
A head-on collision can occur for any number of reasons, including:
Driver distraction is a leading cause of serious accidents, and the percent of head-on collisions has increased significantly since the advent of smartphones. Drivers are not only talking, but reading content, watching movies, and typing messages.
Distracted driving has become so common, police officers have told our legal team that one of the first items that they look for in the at-fault driver’s car is a cell phone.
On occasion, an officer will find a phone with a partially typed message the at-fault driver was entering just before the crash. Proof of distraction like this can make it significantly easier for crash victims to take legal action and prove negligence after a head-on collision.
The attorneys at Auger and Auger are dedicated to aggressively representing clients involved in head on car accidents in Charlotte. We have multiple offices throughout North Carolina and three in the Charlotte area for the benefit of our clients. At each of our offices, our legal team works hard to help victims get full compensation for auto accidents.
Unfortunately, when dealing with serious injuries, the vehicle that caused the accident may not have enough insurance coverage to pay for claims. Our attorneys and staff are trained to aggressively pursue all avenues of recovery. We will investigate and locate all applicable insurance to help ensure our clients are fairly compensated for their injuries and damages.
Possible sources of secondary coverage include:
In past cases, we have located insurance policies known to trained insurance adjusters but kept hidden from inexperienced clients.
Our partners have combined legal experience of over 40 years and have obtained millions of dollars in settlements for our clients over this time period. We are ready to put our legal experience to work to help you.
Call us anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The call, as well as the consultation, are free! Our staff will take your call, get all the preliminary information and get you on the phone with an attorney as soon as possible. You can also contact us online to connect with a member of our legal team. Reach out now to find out more about how we can help you.