Multi-Vehicle Accidents: What to Do If Injured

Kurtz Blum, PLLC | Raleigh Criminal LawyersAlmost a third of the 6 million traffic accidents in the country every year involve more than two cars. These multi-vehicle accidents are normally the result of the negligence of one or two of the drivers, creating a horrible ripple effect on other drivers or pedestrians nearby. At best, the pile-ups can result to mere property damage and only minor injuries, but in the worst cases, people can get seriously harmed or even die because of the crash.

If you were severely injured in an accident involving multiple vehicles, you should consult a personal injury lawyer in Raleigh, NC. The same goes if your loved one was a victim, and was seriously or fatally injured. You should assert your rights and seek compensation from all the responsible parties.

Determining Fault

Drivers who rear-end other vehicles are usually the most likely to have caused the crash, but in other types of collisions, liability can be more confusing. The stakes will be higher, and the case can become more complicated with insurance companies wanting to pay as little as possible.

Evidence collected at the scene of the accident is critical to any liability claim. This may include police reports, accident photos and testimony from eyewitnesses. Many larger municipalities have specially trained accident investigation officers who may be deployed to severe injury accidents.

Your lawyer will use all of this evidence to ensure that you have the best chances of getting the right compensation.

To speak with a personal injury lawyer in Raleigh, NC who will take their time to understand your case please call 919-832-7700 or visit


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