Head-On Collisions

More than other types of car accidents, serious injuries frequently result from head-on collisions, especially when those collisions occur at high rates of speed or involve drunk drivers. When a head-on collision occurs that results in injury, it is important to understand who was at fault for the accident and the level of compensation that should be paid out to accident victims.

At the Law Offices of Wesley M. Malowitz, you can speak with a seasoned attorney who will help you understand your rights and your options for getting maximum financial recovery. With more than 25 years of personal injury experience, I provide comprehensive legal services and dedicated representation inside and outside of the courtroom. I also value compassion and client relationships, as I know this is a trying time for you.

Common Causes Of Head-On Collisions

While head-on collisions can occur for a variety of reasons, many are caused by negligence on the part of a driver. Other accidents and injuries may occur due to design defects in the vehicle, especially with safety mechanisms such as driver and passenger side air bags. I have the knowledge to track down which parties are at fault for your injury so I can properly pursue the benefits you deserve.

I have experience helping clients with many types of injuries, including:

Injuries in head-on collisions are more likely to be catastrophic or fatal than in other kinds of accidents, especially when trucks and other large vehicles are involved. I will be at your side for the entire process. Leave the financial recovery to me as you work on your physical recovery.

Talk With A Lawyer Today

After any car, truck or another accident that results in a serious injury, contact me at the Law Offices of Wesley M. Malowitz, and schedule a free initial consultation. I will give you honest advice about your options so I can begin pursuing benefits for you. Call to make an appointment at 866-539-5781 or 203-517-0110, or contact me online.

I offer weekend appointments. I can schedule appointments at your hospital or home.