What Do I Do After A Chain-Reaction Collision Or Pileup?
A simple rear-end accident can result in a chain reaction collision affecting a number of vehicles. When multiple vehicles are involved in a car accident, it can be difficult to sort out who is at fault and work through complex insurance issues involving several different insurance companies.
If you have been hurt in a chain reaction collision, turn to the New Haven personal injury attorneys at Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC. Our legal team understands the intricacies of accidents involving multiple vehicles. With more than 150 years of combined legal experience, our lawyers are committed to helping clients in North Haven and the surrounding communities recover maximum compensation for their medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages.
Liability: How Do We Prove Who Caused The Accident?
In a chain reaction collision, you may be struck more than once. Therefore, identifying which vehicle was responsible for causing your injuries and property damage is critical in determining negligence. Sometimes, more than one driver is at fault in an accident.
As your Connecticut personal injury lawyers, we will work hard to uncover the cause of the car accident. When appropriate, we will consult with accident reconstruction specialists and other experts to determine and help prove the precise cause of the incident. Whether a distracted motorist, faulty traffic signal or even a defective vehicle part is to blame, we will build a strong case in your favor and identify all potential sources of financial compensation.
Untangling Complex Insurance Matters
In a multi-vehicle accident, there is a limited amount of insurance money available for all parties injured in the collision. For example, if the negligent motorist has a relatively small insurance policy and three people are injured in the collision, there may not be enough money to cover all injuries.
The attorneys at Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC, have the experience and knowledge to untangle even the most complex insurance issues. Please talk to us about your concerns.
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Our office is near New Haven, in proximity to the intersection of Interstates 91 and 95. Evening and weekend appointments are available. If your injury prevents you from traveling to us, we will come to you.
Our firm handles chain reaction collision cases on a contingency fee basis. Therefore, you pay nothing until we recover on your behalf.