Head On Collision

  • Passenger Vehicle Safety Trends – St. Louis Car Accident Lawyer

    … at least one fatality and 23 percent of all passenger car rollover car crashes caused at least one death. In 2015, 11,070,000 vehicles were involved in traffic accidents in which the police were called. 96 percent of those were passenger vehicles. In head on collisions involving light trucks, an occupant of a passenger car was 3 times more…

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  • Crossover Accidents – St. Louis Auto Wreck Lawyers

    …There is a high risk of head-on collisions and serious injuries in the absence of proper barriers. Nowadays most of the highways have some sort of barriers to reduce the chances of crossover accidents. These barriers are very important because vehicles traveling at high speeds on the highways can easily cross over a median and hit the opposing…

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  • Injured in St. Louis Car Accident – Lower Leg and Foot Injuries

    …If you have suffered a lower body injury in a car accident, your injuries may require extensive medical treatment. When we talk of serious car accident injuries, we often think of head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and internal organ injuries. However, there are various other types of injuries that can occur as a result of a serious car accident…

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  • Car Crash Attorney – Car Accidents in Missouri

    … unique. There are different types of automobile accidents that occur on Missouri highways, urban streets, and rural roads. Types of Missouri Car Accidents T-bone crashes: When a motor vehicle collides with the side of another vehicle, it is known as a side impact accident or T-bone crash. Head-on collisions: When a motor vehicle hits the front…

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  • Crossing the Center Line: Head on Collisions

    … Head on car accidents can do massive amounts of damage to both your vehicle and the passengers inside. A head-on collision occurs when two cars coming from opposite directions or one approaching car and a stopped car collide with each other head on. The consequences of such collisions between the front parts of both cars can be devastating…

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  • Crush Injuries in Head-On Collisions

    … In addition to expensive medical bills, a victim of a crush injury may suffer additional financial losses due to the inability to continue working. A crush injury occurs when two heavy objects compress or squeeze a body part. For example, a passenger’s legs may get squeezed under the dashboard in a head-on collision. A crush injury may damage…

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