If you’ve been injured in a rear-end collision it can take months or even years to understand the full extent of the injuries and the impact they will have on your life. Most victims of a rear-end collision experience a stiff neck or injury and may think they are not seriously injured, however, symptoms can linger or show up much later. If not properly diagnosed and treated early-on more severe or permanent damage can occur — that’s why it’s critical to seek medical help immediately.
There’s good news and bad news. When you’ve been rear-ended, there’s rarely a question of fault. In nearly every case, the following driver was driving too closely, not paying attention, or both. While they probably won’t argue about fault, the insurance companies will still be ready for a fight. They’re going to do their best to give you as little compensation as possible. It’s important to consult an experienced accident attorney before you settle with an insurance company to ensure all damages, including future medical expenses, wage loss, and pain and suffering are covered. Lance D. Youd has the experience you need to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve for your losses and suffering.
PUT EXPERIENCE TO WORK FOR YOU
If you’ve been injured in a rear-end collision, attorney Lance D. Youd has the experience you need to negotiate a fair and just settlement or take the case to trial. Mr. Youd helps his clients in Salem, Portland, and the Willamette Valley area get full and fair compensation for their injuries. He works hard to make the process as smooth and seamless as possible.
Attorney Lance D. Youd has helped his clients in Salem, Portland, and the Willamette Valley area get full and fair compensation for their injuries. He works hard to make the process as smooth and seamless as possible. All personal injury cases are taken on a contingency basis — this means that Mr. Youd is paid only when he successfully negotiates a monetary settlement or wins a judgement on your behalf.
Injuries commonly cause by rear-end collisions include
- Spinal cord & nerve damage
- Herniated discs & vertebrae fractures
- Head injuries & traumatic brain injuries
- Neck and back strains & sprains