On Georgia’s highways, tailgating and distracted driving are common causes of rear-end collisions. These crashes can cause painful injuries and expensive damage to your vehicle. When another driver is negligent and hits you from behind, you may be eligible for financial compensation. In this situation, you may be wondering how much to settle for. Our …
What to Know After You’ve Been in a Rear-End Collision
Rear-end accidents can be physically and emotionally distressing. A driver is at risk of whiplash, spinal injuries, and head trauma when they are rear-ended. When you add that to the pain and stress of having to deal with insurance companies to recover your damages, you have a lot on your plate.
That's why John Foy & Associates is making your situation easier by answering your frequently asked questions.
It's often important to get repaid for your damages and suffering as soon as possible after an accident. That's why you should have an experienced and dedicated lawyer by your side to help you receive what you deserve. A John Foy attorney will gather evidence to prove who is at fault in your rear-end collision case.
While you heal and try to get back on your feet, we'll handle your personal injury claim.
A rear-end accident doesn't have to stop you in your tracks. If the other driver is at fault, you may be eligible for compensation. Read through our rear-end collision FAQ to learn more about car accidents and what to do after one.
When you're ready to get help from an experienced attorney, call (404) 400-4000 for a free consultation.
Roughly one-third of all highway accidents are rear-end collisions, so if you have suffered injuries after a rear-end accident, you are certainly not alone. Not only that, but insurance companies are well-versed in how much a rear-end accident is worth before they offer you an initial settlement figure. They know their initial offer is too …