Types of Albuquerque Car Accidents That Can Cause Personal Injuries

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April 27, 2016

 by Caruso Law Offices, P.C. | 

Personal Injuries Can be Caused by Many Different Types of Albuquerque Car Accidents

No one plans for a car accident, let along debilitating injuries from a car accident.  However, according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, over 32,000 people are killed each year in motor vehicle crashes.  Almost another 50,000 people are injured in motor vehicles crashes each year.  These figures equate to almost 88 people killed and 137 being injured each day due to a motor vehicle accident.

At the Mark Caruso, we understand how devastating, yet how common, car accidents are in the United States.  We have experience handling many different types of car accidents throughout many phases of the legal process, including trial (we recently got $5.5 million in a FedEx wrongful death case).  If you or a loved one have been injured in any type of car accident, contact our experienced Albuquerque car accident attorneys for a FREE consultation by calling (505) 847 3206.

Types of Albuquerque Car Accidents

There are many different types of car accidents which can cause serious personal injuries.  The most dangerous types of car accidents are ones that place a force on your body that car manufacturers have trouble protecting against, such as side impacts like sideswipes or t-bones.  There is also significant less crumple zone in a side impact as compared to a head on (with the engine block in front of you) or a rear end (with the truck and backseat behind you).  Additionally, car accidents can cause personal injuries at any speed, including low-speed collisions.

Some types of Albuquerque car accidents which can cause personal injuries and be caused due to the negligence of another motorist include the following:

  • Head on crashes;
  • Rear end collisions;
  • Side impacts/t-bone crashes;
  • Rollover accidents;
  • Side-swipe accidents;
  • Tire blowouts;
  • Single car accidents;
  • Multiple car pileups;
  • Steering column/steering wheel malfunctions;
  • Parking lot accidents;
  • Brake malfunctions (including air brake malfunctions on tractor trailers or large trucks); and
  • Many other types of car accidents.

All of these types of motor vehicle accidents can cause serious personal injuries or even death, at any speed, and in any type of vehicle (car, truck, SUV, pickup).  Many of these types of motor vehicle accidents are also avoidable, such as the mechanical errors.

Contact an Experienced Albuquerque Car Accident Attorney

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in an Albuquerque car accident, call the experienced Albuquerque car accident attorneys at the Mark Caruso today by dialing (505) 355-2969  You can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.

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