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A car accident can cause a sudden and violent jolt that injures the head, neck, back and other parts of the body. It is common for a crash victim not to initially notice the signs or symptoms of an injury, as adrenaline caused by the crash can work as a pain suppressant.
Road rage is a dangerous episode of violent or uncontrolled anger by a driver in response to a driving situation. Road rage can play a role in catastrophic and deadly car accidents. A driver who is experiencing road rage is more likely to speed, race, tailgate, weave in and out of traffic, and take other aggressive actions that can result in a crash.
If you total a leased car in Arizona, the insurance process and financial outcome will depend on the terms of your lease agreement, your insurance coverage and the specific circumstances. You may or may not be responsible for paying for some or all of the repairs to the leased vehicle.
If you get involved in an accident, such as a car crash or slip and fall, it is important to know how to preserve evidence while you are still at the scene of your accident. Timely evidence collection is crucial for building a personal injury case against one or more parties to pursue compensation.
A rear-end collision occurs when the front of one car crashes into the back of another. These car accidents are commonly caused by driver mistakes such as distracted driving, speeding and following too closely. The unique dynamics of a rear-end collision can result in similar types of injuries, often involving the neck, back and head.