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    Introduction to Rear-End Collision Lawsuit Loans

    If you are a victim of a rear-end collision and pursuing a lawsuit, you may find comfort in the form of a lawsuit loan. This type of financial boost allows you to handle your day-to-day expenses while waiting for a fair settlement or trial conclusion. A rear-end collision lawsuit loan is non-recourse, meaning you only have to pay it back if you win your case. This ensures you are not burdened with an additional financial stress if your lawsuit doesn’t result in favor. Legal funding from Uplift Legal Funding is easy to obtain, fast, and transparent. We aim to support you in this challenging time by providing needed resources.

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    National statistics and fatality rates

    There are roughly 1.7 million rear-end accidents per year! Of those accidentally, only 7.2 of them are fatal.

    According to the Insurance Information Institute in 2017, there were 2,456 fatal rear-end accidents. This is slightly higher than the yearly average of 1,700.

    Typically of those nearly 2 million rear-end accidents, there are approximately 500,000 injuries.

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    Common causes of rear-end collisions

    Rear-end collisions are very frequently the result of inattention. Texting and driving has become a leading contributor to these crashes.

    Additionally, speeding and short following distances are major culprits. For most cars, the rule-of-thumb is a two or three-second rule (you should allow two or three seconds of space between your car and the one in front of you). For trucks, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recommends that you leave at least one second for every 10 feet of vehicle length.

    Following distance is important for two reasons:

    1. You won’t hit the person in front of you
    2. The person behind you is less likely to run into you if you have to suddenly stop short

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    How to avoid rear-end collisions

    While it is impossible to control how other people on the road drive, there are precautions you can take to avoid being in a rear-end collision.

    • Eliminating distractions – don’t text and drive, don’t eat and drive
    • Not tailgating – try to keep a car’s length between you and other cars
    • Stay away from aggressive drivers – if someone is being aggressive while on the road, yield and let them go by
    • Exercise caution on slick road surfaces – if there are bad weather conditions or a dangerous road exercise more caution
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    Fault

    Typically people assume that fault is automatic for rear-end collisions. However, this is not the case. There are ways of establishing fault on the rear-ended car.

    Typically in order to establish fault, you have to prove that the person acted outside of reasonable care.

    This includes but is not limited to failing to do the following:

    • paying attention to the road (texting and driving etc)
    • stopping within a reasonable time
    • driving at a reasonable speed
    • maintaining control of the vehicle
    • yielding the right of way
    • using turn signals,
    • following at a safe distance

    The driver of the car that was rear-ended can be found at fault for the accident. Below we have listed some of the reasons this would occur:

    • the driver reverses suddenly
    • the driver stops suddenly to make a turn and doesn’t turn
    • the driver’s brake lights are broken
    • the driver gets a flat tire and does not address it

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    Injuries from rear-end crashes

    While rear-end collisions are common, they are not usually fatal. Below we have listed some of the common injuries from rear-end crashes.

    Rear-end accidents happen commonly. They are less likely to be fatal, unlike head-on collisions. While rear-end accidents tend to not be fatal they can still cause damage that is not apparent immediately after the accident. It is important that directly after the accident you go to the hospital.

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    Why rear-end collisions are so common

    Rear-end collisions are common because they typically happen when people are distracted. In this era of modern technology, it is very easy to become distracted while driving.

    Eating, drinking, texting, and speaking on the phone all increase the likelihood of an accident. A study conducted in 2007 stated that even looking at your phone briefly while driving increases your chance of an accident by 30%.

    As a result, rear-end collisions account for 29% of all car accidents in the United States.

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    To get started, apply online today. We look forward to working with you.

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