Fighting for accident victims’ justice in Omaha
Car accidents are traumatic events. And some of the most common crashes that happen are rear-end accidents. No one ever expects a crash to happen to them. But they do happen, often when you least expect them. That’s why you need an experienced Omaha rear-end accident lawyer on your side.
You could be on your way to work or school when a driver crashes into the back of your car at a red light or intersection. Your car is damaged. You’re injured. Now what? A rear-end accident is capable of inflicting severe damage that can take months or even years to recover from.
Whether your accident was caused by speeding, inattentive driving, or a failure to obey traffic laws, the facts are simple. Someone else’s negligence caused your accident and your injuries. You need to focus on your recovery. You need to recover compensation for your injuries. You need Ausman Law Firm P.C., L.L.O. We’re here for you when you need our support the most.
Common injuries in rear-end accidents
No matter what speed you were rear-ended at, what is often downplayed as a minor accident can result in serious injuries. The recoil involved in a rear-end accident is often a big contributor to whiplash, a common neck injury associated with concussions or worse. The pull of a seatbelt against your neck or shoulder can lead to muscle injuries and chronic pain.
Rear-end accidents are by no means a minor event. Other common injuries include traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), which can seriously affect your quality of life, including:
- Memory loss
- Chronic pain and headaches
- Changes in personality
You and your loved ones might suffer from the effects of your injuries for months or years. Your quality of life can be impacted tremendously. You may not be able to work for some time, costing you money and your mental health. Recovery may seem impossible, but with our law firm it’s within reach.
Contact us today
We can fight tirelessly for your rights to recovery. Contact us today for a free case consultation where we can discuss the details of your case, and remind you of your rights to a stable and secure life. Your accident may have injured you, but we want to help you heal.