Three Car Rear-End Crash in Virginia, Minnesota
The Minnesota State Patrol reported yesterday that three vehicles involved in a crash were traveling eastbound on Highway 169. A Mercury and a Ford were stopped at a red light for Hoover Road. The Yukon rear end crashed into the Ford; that caused Ford to rear end crash into the Mercury. The driver of the Yukon and the driver of Mercury were transported to hospital via ambulance. The Mercury and the Yukon had to be towed from scene. The Ford driver drove himself to the hospital.
Rear-end collisions are most frequently caused by driver inattention or driver distraction. Sometimes the driver is adjuster the radio or looking for something in the vehicle. More and more often our lawyers see people texting while they drive — an extremely dangerous practice. No matter what the reason, there is rarely a legitimate excuse for a rear-end car accident. However, rear end car accident injuries are the cases our lawyers handle most frequently.
If you are injured in a rear end auto accident in Minnesota, please call our office and speak with a lawyer for a free consultation. We will discuss the specifics of your case and advise you of your rights to get medical bills and lost wages paid, plus additional compensation you may be entitled to.