Cause of Injury:

  • Heat or Cold Exposure 
  • Contact With 
  • Caught In or Between 
  • Fall or Slip – From Different Level 
  • Motor Vehicle Collision 
  • Strain 
  • Striking Against or Stepping On 
  • Struck or Injured by Object 
  • Absorption, Ingestion, or Inhalation 
  • Rubbed or Abraided By 
  • Miscellaneous Causes

Car Accidents:

Types of Car Accidents

Texting While Driving

Every year vehicular accidents claim the most lives of the innocent individuals on the road. There are about ten million accidents happened involving motor vehicles that resulted to more than 35,000 of lives being lost. All these incidents have various direct effects from the types of accidents that occurred in unsafe driving, negligent drivers and many other factors. Driving a car usually entails a great responsibility, not merely a great show-off. Simple mistakes or errors can lead to huge damage with the costs more than taking the life of an innocent person.


Because of these, governments are imposing stricter rules regarding speed, safety equipments, safety measures, traffic signals and many more. But it seems that there are still many who are violating the same rule over and over again, and trigger more collisions and threaten the lives of the most individuals on the road. There are various kinds of car accidents depending on how severe the impact and the damage would be. The following are the list.

Single Vehicle Accident


One of the first types of accidents that can occur and usually very common is the single vehicle accident. This is the type of accident that involved only one car. This is due to the driver's very own distractions such as texting and driving, eating while driving, putting on make up and talking to the phone while driving. These distractions are some of the big factors in causing accidents on the road. The texting and driving and among other factors take the focus of the driver away from the road, making very impossible for them to recover the right focus when immediate road obstructions happen along the way.


In some other cases, while the driver takes away his attention from the road, he hits a pole, mail box or a tree. There are also other factors that can contribute of single vehicle accident, and it all boils down to lack of focus.


Multi Vehicle Accident


The another type of car accident is the multi vehicle accident. This involves more than one car collision. The multi vehicle accident can cause huge damage depending on the speed and how huge the other car is. In the accidents where speed is the number one cause, the damages and injuries can be very fatal. It leaves the victim to suffer lifelong injuries, wounds or even death. That is why, it is important that as soon as you are behind the wheel, be careful in your driving as well as to pay attention to the other drivers on the road that are showing reckless behavior like unsafe changing of lanes and overspeeding.


Head-on Collisions

Head on Collision

This type of accident is very dangerous among other types of car accidents. This may become even fatal depending on the speed exerted in both cars. The head on collision can be identified when two cars are having their main force in relation to speed and smashes at the front of the opposing car. The head on collisions are known to be very damaging and devastating because of the direct collisions of the two cars.


Rear-end Collisions


This is opposite to the preceding type of car accident. The rear end collisions will occur when one car is truck from behind or rear by another car. Further damage may also occur when the car that is struck from behind struck another car at the front. To prevent these accidents, it is vital to drive safely and keep distance behind other cars.


There are still various other types of car accidents that usually being heard in the criminal courts such as driving while influence. DWI can lead to road accidents. It impairs the ability of the driver to focus on the road, traffic signals and other objects. If the presence of alcohol impaired their vision as well as the reflexes, the drunk driver more likely will cause a direct collision against another driver or against an innocent pedestrian.

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