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When two motor vehicles are involved in a relatively low-speed accident, a lack of significant property damage does not necessarily mean the absence of serious injuries. In many cases, people suffer damage to muscles, ligaments, or tendons known as soft tissue injuries (STIs). Some of the most common kinds of these injuries include:
Victims in these types of crashes can sustain injuries that involve tremendous pain and suffering, and could possibly require surgery and additional treatment. Rehabilitation not only leads to additional medical expenses, but can also force people to be out of work for extended periods of time.
Low speed impact accidents usually involve rear-end collisions, but they are generally caused by one driver not noticing a nearby automobile or failing to accurately gauge his or her stopping distance. In any scenario, the motorist who strikes another vehicle is negligent and thus liable for all financial harm that injured victims sustain.
If you suffered any type of injuries in a low speed impact crash, the negligent driver’s insurance company will strenuously object to paying you any sort of compensation. Despite the fact that the motor vehicles involved in these collisions weigh thousands of pounds, insurance companies will frequently utilize experts who claim that there is no way a person could have been injured in an accident in which the speed before impact was too low. A victim may even be accused of exaggerating his or her injuries in an attempt to allegedly defraud the insurance company.
While these tactics of insurance companies have become incredibly common, the Chester County low speed impact collision attorneys at Ciccarelli Law Offices understand the very real pain victims experience following these crashes and we work as a team to get injured people the compensation they need and deserve. Our firm represents clients on a contingency fee basis, which means that we do not charge any fee for our legal services unless we get injury victims monetary damages.
Our low speed impact collision lawyers can review your case when you call (610) 719-3190 for a free consultation. We help people from various communities in Chester County, Philadelphia County, Delaware County, Lancaster County, and Montgomery County.