Assigning Responsibility & Recovering Damages
Head on collisions almost always involve drunk driving, loss of control, speeding, or falling asleep at the wheel. As such, negligence on the part of a driver who caused a head on collision is an important component in assigning responsibility and recovering damages. At the law office of Willis & Willis Co., L.P.A., our attorneys work with investigators and accident reconstruction experts in determining why a head on collision happened and why it should have been avoided. Consulting with medical experts and physical therapists, we assess the financial impact of a head on collision and its long-term consequences for our client. In cases involving commercial trucks, we analyze GPS data and entries into a driver's log book to determine if speeding or violations of federal law played a role in causing an accident.
If you have suffered a serious injury or lost a family member due to a head on collision caused by the negligence of another driver, contact car accident attorneys at Willis & Willis Co., L.P.A., today.
Causes of Head-On Collisions
The personal injury attorneys at Willis & Willis Co., L.P.A. represent clients in head on collision cases involving the following kinds of negligence on the part of other drivers or municipalities:
Distracted driving / texting
Going the wrong way on entrance ramp or surface street
Falling asleep at the wheel
Poorly designed road embankments
Absence of protective median or guard rail
Improper road grading
Lack of water drainage on road
Holding Municipalities and Government Agencies Responsible
When roads are poorly designed or constructed, or lack proper signage and safety features, municipalities and government agencies can be held liable for head on collisions that occur as a result. Our office consults surveyors, civil engineers, and other experts in exposing design and construction flaws that play a role in causing fatal head on collisions and serious accidents.
Contact Auto Accident Attorneys at Willis & Willis Co., L.P.A.
Head on collisions almost always result in traumatic brain injury, serious head wounds, and spinal cord damage - even when a person is wearing a seat belt. We can help you and your family begin the process of recovering financially from a serious accident.
To schedule an appointment and learn how we can help you, contact car accident lawyers at the law office of Willis & Willis Co., L.P.A., today.