Articles Posted in Rear End

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Sara B. shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience with our Dallas, TX staff of professional car accident lawyers while helping her recover damages after being injured in a rear-end car accident.

“It was maybe November of last year, I was in an accident right before Thanksgiving. A lady ran into the back of my car, she was not paying attention and we were in a lot of traffic. There wasn’t a lot of damage done to the vehicle, but there was some damage done to me personally. I did go through physical therapy and working with Reyes and Browne, what I was able to do is get through the therapy, they were able to get me into see someone really quickly. I was able to get the settlement, I mean, really fast in comparison to what I’ve heard for other people. I expected it to take a whole lot longer than what it has. But it’s actually been a really easy process, which is pretty shocking.

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Jason F. shares his Reyes Browne Reilley experience with our Dallas, TX staff of professional car accident lawyers while helping him recover damages after being seriously injured in a rear-end car accident.

“Okay, my name is Jason. I was in an accident that was, to me seemed pretty standard. Come to find out, it really wasn’t. I was rear ended at about 40 miles an hour in a parking lot, while I was sitting still. Drove a little compact car and an old steel body Ford Ranger ran into and, parked in my trunk. I was taken to the hospital, given multiple stitches and released immediately back to my own devices.

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For the third year in a row, there have been more than 40,000 traffic deaths throughout the United States. Although this number is startlingly high, there has been a slight downward trend over the past two years.

In 2017, the traffic death toll of 40,231 decreased by slightly less than 1% compared to 2016’s count of 40,327. The National Safety Council reports that 2018 is down another 1% with an estimated 40,000 traffic fatalities.

Annual Motor Vehicle Fatality Estimates - NSC
According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, traffic deaths began dropping in 2008 and reached their lowest point in six decades in 2011 at 32,000. Experts suggest that this low point was a result of the recession, and as the economy started to bounce back, so did the number of cars on the road. Not only were American adults driving more, but so were the unexperienced teens. Additionally, more people were engaging in riskier behavior such as going out on weekends and taking lengthier road trips to new places.

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Jovon Culberson of Dallas, Texas, shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping her recover from damages stemming from a car wreck in Dallas.

“My name is Jovon Culberson. I was in a accident July of 2017.

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