Most Common Kinds of Florida Car Accidents

 Most Common Kinds of Florida Car Accidents

Ranging from excessive speeding to driving while distracted, numerous styles of car accidents that produce varying types of serious injuries happen on Florida highways and roadways roads on a daily basis, many of which can result in serious injuries or even fatalities. Some of the more common types of collisions that take place in Florida include:

Rear-End Collisions

These kinds of collisions are usually created by drivers who are following the vehicle in front of them too closely. They can also occur when a leading driver comes to a sudden stop. Injuries to the back and/or neck, such as whiplash, are frequently suffered by passengers and drivers who are involved in rear-end collisions. 

Although a minor accident, like a fender-bender, may not seem like anything to really worry about, they are the leading source of these kinds of crash-related injuries that often not immediately apparent and will grow worse over time. They also usually require expensive, continuing medical care as well as physical therapy.

Side Impact Collisions/T-Bone Collisions

 Most Common Kinds of Florida Car Accidents

Side impact collisions, more commonly known as T-bone collisions, are a common source of severe injuries and deaths. These accidents occur anytime the side of a passenger vehicle is struck head-on by another vehicle. 

Both passengers and drivers seated on the impacted side of a car often suffer fatalities or critical injuries, such as fractured or broken bones, head injuries, and internal bleeding caused by organ damage.

Vehicle Rollover Accidents 

Car accidents that involve a vehicle flipping or rolling over are extremely dangerous and often cause injuries to everyone inside the rolled vehicle. These accidents happen when a car or truck flips onto its side or roof. 

SUVs are especially vulnerable to this kind of collision, but any type of vehicle could potentially flip or roll during certain types of impact or by taking tight turns at dangerously high rates of speed. Injuries to the spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries, which sometimes result in paralysis, are two of the commonly-endured injuries arising from this kind of crash.  

As with every kind of personal injury case, the endless number of variables makes your claim unique. Someone with a case that sounds very similar to yours could end up with a very different outcome than what you should expect. This is just one of the many reasons why hiring a skilled attorney is beneficial to your Florida personal injury claim

Your attorney will know the most thorough and efficient way of collecting vital evidence that proves you were not at fault for the accident. Establishing this fact is essential to the success of your Tampa personal injury case.

If you have sustained injuries during any kind of accident that was caused by another person’s negligence or carelessness, there is evidence out there that will substantiate your claim. A reputable personal injury attorney from Fulgencio Law will be able to help you. Call us at (813) 463-0123 to schedule your free Tampa personal injury consultation today.

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