If you have been rear-ended, you may have a claim for your losses.
There are many causes of rear end accidents including poor road conditions, stop and go traffic, sudden halts at intersections, and stopped or broken down vehicles. Because of the unexpected nature of this type of accident, whiplash is one of the most common injuries resulting.
By law, a driver is not permitted to follow too closely behind another car and has a duty to drive reasonably for the circumstances. Because of this, generally, when one driver rear-ends another, that driver will be normally be 100% at fault.
We have experience dealing with people who have been involved in rear end collisions.