The only way to determine liability for a chain-reaction accident is to make sure that a thorough investigation is done into the cause of the crash. Liability can be more complicated to determine when there are multiple cars involved in a crash, but it is essential to accurately determine the liability in order to protect your recovery.

Who Could Be at Fault for Your Chain-reaction Accident Injuries?

Some of the possible drivers who could be at fault for a chain-reaction accident include:

  • The driver at the end of a collision. The driver at the end of the collision may be at fault if he rear-ends a vehicle in front and causes that vehicle to crash into another vehicle.
  • The driver at the beginning of a collision. The front car could be at fault if she makes an illegal driving maneuver or is otherwise negligent.
  • A driver in the middle of the collision. A driver in the middle could hit the car in front of him and that crash could cause a driver in the rear to collide with the middle car.

Of course, these are just examples of how chain-reaction accidents may occur. Liability may not be limited to one driver, so more than driver may share the legal responsibility for the injuries you sustained in the wreck.

Have You Been Injured In A Kansas City Area Car Accident?

If you've been injured in a car accident you need to speak with an experienced car accident lawyer as soon as possible. Contact us online or call our Kansas City office directly at 816.471.5111 to schedule your free consultation.

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James Roswold is a Kansas & Missouri personal injury, workers comp, and medical malpractice attorney.