Head-On Accidents in Orange County

Injured or lost a loved one in a head-on collision? We can help.

Arguably the most dangerous type of car accidents, head-on collisions can have catastrophic, even fatal, consequences. If you have been involved in such a crash, you are likely suffering physically, emotionally, and financially. At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., we are dedicated to fighting for victims who have suffered at the hands of negligent drivers. We want to help you hold the individual who is responsible for your damages accountable.

When you bring your case to our firm, you can feel confident that our Orange County car accident lawyers will provide personalized and efficient legal counsels. Attorney Swartzon has been named to the Rising Stars℠ list of California Super Lawyers® for 2014, 2015 and 2016. This means his continuous growth and pursuit of excellence is recognized by his peers, a quality that you can trust to work for you. Our firm is ready to fight to help you seek the compensation you deserve.

Hold Negligent Drivers Accountable

Head-on collisions can result from a multitude of different scenarios, almost always due to the negligence of one or more drivers. A driver is responsible to operate his or her vehicle in a manner that does not endanger the safety of other drivers, passengers, cyclists, or pedestrians who share the road. Any action that takes focus away from the road or that recklessly disregards the safety of others is considered negligence and is typically grounds for liability in an accident.

Common negligent causes of head-on collisions include:

  • Misjudging the distance between one's car and an approaching vehicle
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Drifting into oncoming lanes
  • Attempting to turn left across traffic

Head-on collisions can also be the result of other accidents in multi-vehicle collisions. Not only do these increase the amount of damage that has occurred, but it can further complicate the ability to determine liability. In multi-vehicle accidents that cause head-on collisions, our car accident lawyers in Orange County may be able to help you pursue compensation from multiple parties, as each driver may have contributed to the accident through his or her own acts of negligence.

Pursuing Wrongful Death Claims for Head-On Collisions

Head-on collisions are arguably the most deadly type of accident. If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another individual in such an accident, our team of legal professionals can help you seek the financial compensation that you need, so that you can focus on healing. With the wrongful death of a loved one can come hefty funeral expenses, while also causing a loss of income. We want to help you and your family find the support that you need so that this difficult and emotional time is not made worse by financial hardship.

We've Recovered $50 Million on Behalf of Our Clients

You should not be forced to suffer the financial burden that comes with a head-on collision. On top of the physical and emotional pain you have been forced to endure, the costs and expenses that you need to recover can be crippling. If your accident was the result of a negligent driver, he or she should be held accountable for the damages that it caused. At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C. we are proud to fight for the rights of those injured by negligent drivers.

Our Orange County personal injury firm operates on a contingency fee basis, which means that you don't pay us unless we can successfully recover a settlement on your behalf. What this means is that you can trust our Orange County car accident attorneys to work tirelessly to ensure that we can win your case. We can dedicate our time and our resources to helping you pursue the justice you deserve.

Your initial consultation is free, which means you have nothing to lose by calling us today!

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