Lexington, KY Rear End Accident Lawyer
The Sudden Impact Of Rear-End Collisions
At Goeing Goeing & McQuinn PLLC, we represent Kentucky residents who suffer from serious injuries after a rear-end vehicle collision. In the aftermath of your accident, you want justice. Our Lexington rear end accident attorney can pursue maximum compensation for your physical and emotional pain and suffering and any income you lost, and we will also seek compensation if you suffered a disability that will sideline or end your career. We can help you investigate, negotiate, or litgate for the highest possible compensation.
Common Causes of Rear End Accidents
Rear end collisions make up a majority of car accidents. Some accidents result in minor fender benders, while some rear end crashes can lead to catastrophic injuries. In a majority of such accidents, negligence is almost always to blame.
Rear end accidents are typically caused by:
- Drunk driving
- Ignoring traffic signals such as running red lights
- Tailing or following too closely
- Texting and driving
Whether you suffered a brain injury, spinal injury, or another serious injury, we can review your options and help you determine who is liable for your accident.
A Life-Changing Impact That Requires A Dedicated And Diligent Attorney
If you or a family member suffered serious neck, back or spinal cord trauma, take action and contact a skilled and savvy lawyer at our Lexington office. While you focus on recovery, we will handle all aspects of your personal injury or wrongful death case. We will build your claim based on the facts.
Insurance adjusters will pretend to care about you, but don't be fooled: Their focus is on minimizing the extent of your losses and significantly reducing the compensation you need. Providing them any information undermines your case and makes it harder to get the full compensation you need to recover from your injuries.
While we can skillfully negotiate with insurance companies, we will not shy away from filing a lawsuit if that provides the better outcome.