Rear-end collisions may occur for a variety of reasons. A driver is talking on the phone and fails to notice the slowed traffic ahead. The driver is drunk and plows into cars stopped at a traffic light. The driver has failed to adjust to rain or ice on the road. The driver is speeding. The driver is tailgating. The driver’s brakes are in poor condition. All of these causes of a rear-end collision have one thing in common—they are all preventable.
The Gumprecht Law Firm can help. Our law firm concentrates only on personal injury claims, so we can devote our entire resources, skills and experience to helping our injured clients. Our colleagues have recognized our high degree of professionalism and trial experience with such honors as being named to the American Society of Legal Advocates Top 40 Under 40 Litigation Lawyers, Georgia Trend Magazine Legal Elite and Million Dollar Advocates Forum lifetime membership.
Prior to practicing law, our founding attorney focused his career on technology, which has been an important asset to our firm. We have invested in the most advanced technology to broaden our investigative abilities and to move your claim forward toward successful resolution.
We place a priority on attorney accessibility and client relationships. Our attorney is literally always a phone call away. This is especially crucial at the start of your case. Delay in investigating your claim could result in lost evidence. Police may clear the crash site, witnesses may forget what they saw and video cameras may record over the accident footage while you wait to pursue your rights. We invite you to call our lawyer no matter what day or time it is to begin investigating your case immediately.
Investigating a Rear-End Collision
People often believe that the car in the back is liable for a rear-end collision, but this is not always true. Even if the rear driver is responsible for the accident, you still have to prove each element of liability. Our attorney acts quickly to preserve and analyze evidence, for example:
- Photographing crash debris and the wrecked vehicles at the scene
- Observing other relevant matters, such as stop signs and traffic lights
- Subpoenaing phone records to determine whether texting played a role
- Locating video cameras in the area that might have caught the accident
- Interviewing witnesses about what they saw
Learn More About Recovering Damages in a Rear-End Collision
Were you hit from behind by another driver? Do not delay in retaining qualified counsel to investigate your claim, preserve evidence and build a strong case for damages. Call The Gumprecht Law Firm now. Our Georgia car accident lawyer is available at 678-800-1050 seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Your first consultation is free and your case is handled on contingency, so there is no risk in calling.