Who Is At Fault In a Buffalo Chain Reaction Vehicle Accident?

Posted: April 2, 2019

A Buffalo chain reaction vehicle accident can be a very scary incident. The first thing you should keep in mind is that there is a tremendous amount of speed and energy needed to create a chain reaction car accident. People could wind up with very serious injuries. But who is at fault in these types of Buffalo accidents?

What Causes Chain Reaction Accidents?

Bad road conditions, distracted driving, and drivers following too closely are possible causes for chain reaction accidents.

What Types Of Injuries Could Occur?

Since a chain reaction accident is generally made up of rear end collisions, injuries are likely going to be common to these types of accidents. Injuries such as herniated discs in the back, shoulder damage, neck damage, broken legs, and dislocated hips are common in these types of Buffalo accidents. “Soft tissue” injuries such as whiplash and rotator cuff tears are also very common.

Who Is At Fault?

In New York State, a driver is expected to pay attention to the road at all times. If you are following close enough to potentially cause a chain reaction accident, you may be considered to be at fault. The driver who rear ends the vehicle in front of him or her may be considered at fault. But if the preceding driver stopped suddenly, or the rear-ending driver can come forward with a non-negligent explanation for impact, that could result in more at fault drivers.

Our firm has helped people from Buffalo chain reaction accidents for years to file claims and seek the maximum amount of compensation available. We recommend that you give our car accident attorneys a call so we can review your case and determine what we can do to help you get the maximum amount of compensation available to you.

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