The Dangers of Head-On Accidents

Head-on collisions generally are considered to be the most serious of all types of auto accidents. They happened when two vehicles strike each other from the front, and they are very likely to cause serious injuries or even death. Usually, head-on collisions occur at greater strike force than when cars strike at any other angle because the force of both vehicles is combined. Another reason the head-on crash is so dangerous is that the force is concentrated close to the driver and the front-seat passengers. In a head-on crash, the victims often absorb the bulk of the force of the direct hit.

Head-on collisions happen for a variety of reasons. Unfortunately, serious injuries and death are often the results. Some of the many reasons for head-on collisions are the same reasons for all auto accidents and include drunk driving, drowsy driving, distracted driving, unsafe passing on two-lane roads, and speeding.

If you have been in an auto accident and have sustained injuries, you will need legal representation. Our attorneys at The Cagle Law Firm understand that recovering from a serious auto accident is a life-changing event and very complicated. You need a personal injury expert on your side to advocate for your best interests. Our attorneys are available seven days a week to answer your questions at (314) 276-1681.

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The Cagle Law Firm serves accident and injury clients throughout St. Louis and the greater St. Louis metropolitan area, including the eastern Missouri and southern Illinois communities. If you or a loved one needs legal assistance with your personal injury case, call The Cagle Law Firm at (314) 276-1681 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation.

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