Rear-End Accident Attorney Dedicated to Helping Portland Drivers
Rear-end collisions are among the most common type of car accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), rear-end collisions make up nearly 30 percent of all motor vehicle accidents. If you were rear-ended at a stoplight or in traffic, you may have suffered serious injuries as a result. It is crucial to hire a lawyer who understands the legal, factual and procedural issues involved in your case to maximize your recovery.
Insurance Company Tactics in Rear-End Collisions
You know you didn’t cause your accident, but can you prove it? Insurance companies know how to present an accident in the way that serves their financial interests. They can twist your words and arrange the evidence in a way that obscures the truth. To combat these tactics, you need a car accident attorney who understands the game insurance companies are playing.
For nearly a decade, Sarah Nelson worked inside one of the nation’s largest insurance companies. She knows what will make the insurance company want to settle your case. She also knows that insurance companies love to downplay the injuries suffered in rear-impact collisions. She left that world to help the true victims of personal injury accidents – people just like you.
Our mission is to provide you with the highest-quality representation. This means we will work to maximize your recovery with minimal hassle. That allows you to focus on your physical healing, your job and your family. We will handle the insurance company and the other legal aspects of your accident.
Paying for Your Injuries
It’s not fair for you to bear the burden of someone else’s negligence. Your accident would not have occurred if the other driver was being safe. Rear-end accidents are often the result of tailgating, aggressive driving or distracted driving. Getting proper compensation means proving the other driver’s liability and demonstrating the damage done to you. We know what buttons to push to maximize the value of your claim.