Articles Tagged with Rear-end Collision

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Our legal system is not designed to immediately compensate victims for injuries and damages sustained in an auto accident.

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Two lawsuits have been filed against a rubber products company and one of its employees after the plaintiffs were allegedly injured in an auto accident. According to the complaint, the employee was actively working within the scope and duty of his employment when he caused a rear-end collision, resulting in serious injuries to both plaintiffs. The suit claims the negligent driver failed to yield the right of way; failed to keep a reasonable and proper lookout; failed to maintain control of the truck; failed to apply the brakes of the truck in time to avoid the collision; failed to observe traffic; and followed too closely, among other violations. The plaintiffs are seeking an undisclosed amount in damages.