Head-on collisions are almost always caused by the negligence of one of the drivers involved the crash. Examples of driver negligence that can cause a head-on crash include driving while drunk or otherwise impaired, falling asleep at the wheel, texting or using a cellphone while driving, swerving into oncoming traffic, illegally attempting to pass another vehicle, entering a highway exit ramp, or performing another illegal maneuver.
In some cases, other factors contribute to or cause a head-on collision, such as a steering defect, a lack of signage/confusing signage, or a poorly marked construction zone.
Our lawyers will thoroughly investigate your case to determine whose negligence caused your accident, and against whom you should file an injury claim for damages. This process includes hiring accident reconstruction experts and other professionals when necessary and collecting all relevant forms of evidence.