Head-On Collision Car Accidents
Undoubtedly, head-on car accidents are some of the most frightening and life-changing collisions for victims and their families. Often, catastrophic or fatal injuries result from head on impacts, with extremely high medical costs, extended recovery times, and other major disturbances to the lives of drivers and their families. A mere 2% of all car crashes are head-on collisions. Nonetheless, they result in 10% of fatalities following car accidents nationwide. Those fortunate enough to survive head-on impacts are often left with profound injuries that are likely to affect their lives drastically. Broken bones, severe head and neck injuries, abrasions, cuts, and burns, traumatic brain injuries, and countless serious soft-tissue injuries can, and often do, result from head-on collisions.
The Boston car accident lawyers at Bellotti Law Group, P.C. understand the many challenges victims and their families face following such a devastating car accident. Hospital bills, rehabilitation centers, lengthy physical therapy, insurance agents, doctors, and others are likely the furthest things from your mind, as you focus on dealing with the serious injuries or death of a loved one. It is simply a time of overwhelming emotion. Sadly, though, it is the accident victim and their family that needs legal representation the most, to effectively manage insurance companies, medical bills, lost wages claims, and the complex negotiations that often follow a serious accident. Contact our Boston car accident attorneys today at 617-225-2100 and let us help pick up the pieces following a head-on collision. We have offices in Boston, Cambridge, and Quincy and serve all of Massachusetts and Southern New England.We Have A Long History Of Settlement Negotiation Success
Front-end car accidents typically result in a great deal of medical treatment and long periods of lost employment and rehabilitation. Consequently, families are left with staggeringly high bills and limited resources. Unfortunately, medical facilities themselves may shy away from treatment if they suspect a victim's insurance policy is too low to cover the exorbitant costs of surgery, rehab, and recovery. The Boston car accident lawyers at Bellotti Law Group, P.C. have an extensive, successful history of dealing with the area's largest hospitals and medical centers, along with insurance companies and their representatives, to effectively negotiate settlements on your behalf. We will fight to ensure that all necessary resources are available to you and work with doctors and hospitals to get your bills paid, so you and your family can focus on your recovery.Head-On Collisions Are Often Caused By Negligent Drivers
Head-on crashes, known officially as "lane departure crashes," have many potential causes. Often, though, it is the negligence of another driver that results in his vehicle leaving a marked lane and making front-end contact with your vehicle. Drivers may be distracted by a cellphone, texting, using a GPS device, tired and dozing, or simply not paying attention when they leave their lane. Sometimes, drivers may be speeding, driving recklessly, or practicing unsafe driving maneuvers, causing them to lose control of the vehicle. Other times, drivers miss road signs or traffic lights and travel the wrong way on an exit, down a one-way, or other roadway. Finally, drugs or alcohol may have played a role in the other driver leaving his lane and hitting you head-on. In any event, our Boston car accident lawyers will launch a thorough investigation and will advance your claim so you can recoup the maximum compensation available, holding any and all responsible parties liable for your damages.
Contact the experienced Boston car accident lawyers at Bellotti Law Group, P.C. today at 617-225-2100. Head-on collisions leave a complicated web of medical care, insurance coordination, lost employment compensation, and pain and suffering for victims and their families. Our attorneys will get your bills cover and ensure you have the necessary resources available to focus on your recovery.