Miami Head-On Collisions Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

If you have been seriously injured in a head-on accident, it is important that you hire a trial lawyer with the expertise and experience to maximize your chances of getting recovery.

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In the aftermath of an accident, we'll call an accident reconstructionist as an expert witness to testify about what happened based on physical evidence at the scene.

Sean M. Cleary
Head-on Collisions Lawyer

According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, 183 deaths and over 7K injuries result from head-on collisions in the course of one single year. Head-on collisions often occur when cars travel the wrong way on high-speed divided highways. According to the National Transportation Safety Board, on average, almost 360 deaths occur each year from more than 250 fatal wrong-way collisions, and 22% of all the wrong-way collisions are fatal. Though the rarest type of accident, the head-on collision is by far the most life-threatening one. Head-on injuries result in close to 10% of all driver and passenger deaths. Many head-on collisions cause serious injuries and in too many cases, they result in fatalities.

 
 
 
 

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How to Avoid a Head-On Collision? »

To avoid a head-on collision, drive carefully in low-visibility conditions. Pay attention when passing another car, especially on narrow roads, avoid distractions, and never drive tired or under the influence. Follow our tips, as those involved in a head-on collision are more likely to be severely injured than those involved in other types of vehicle crashes.

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What Type of Damages Can I Recover in a Head-On Collision Lawsuit? »

Head-on collision lawsuits can often trigger significant losses for the victim, and consequently, they can bring compensation for economic and non-economic damages, from medical bills, rehabilitation therapy, property damage, lost wages and loss of earning ability, to pain and suffering and mental anguish. In some cases, the defendant might have to pay for punitive damages as well.

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What Compensation Can I Receive in My Head-On Collision Case? »

The compensation that you can receive after a head-on collision generally depends on the severity of the injuries, the financial damages involved, the strength of your evidence, your insurance company and that of the other driver, and the ability of your attorney to make the best case.

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