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Causes of Rear End Accidents: Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyers

We all know that, generally speaking, the vehicle that rear ends another vehicle is usually at fault.  This means the behind vehicle will likely be liable for personal injuries or damage to the front vehicle.  The law is made this way because New Mexico law requires that following vehicles do not follow too closely and leave another "compromised space" or car-lengths behind another vehicle to safely stop.  Unfortunately, rear end collisions are some of the most common collisions on New Mexico roads, highways, and interstates.  Learn why from our Albuquerque auto accident lawyers here.

Tailgating Causing New Mexico Trucking Accidents

Tailgating, or following too closely, is an unnecessary and generally aggressive behavior which places people unnecessarily at risk for serious injury. It is also downright dangerous. This is because a vehicle that is tailgating reduces to time to react to the lead vehicle's actions and reduces the distance to stop or maneuver to avoid other vehicles. This is especially true when the tailgater is the driver of a large commercial vehicle like a semi tractor trailer, 18 wheeler, or tanker which already require more time to react and more distance to stop. As a result, it is common for tailgating and following too closely to result in serious or fatal New Mexico trucking accidents.

NEW MEXICO 18 WHEELER WRECKS DUE TO REAR END COLLISIONS: ALBUQUERQUE TRUCKING ACCIDENT LAWYER

Rear End Collisions in New Mexico 18 Wheeler Wrecks: Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyer Explains Liability and Possible Injuries

All rear end collisions could be potentially dangerous and devastating, even at low speeds. This is because the body, particularly the back and neck, is put at a susceptible position and angle which could easily be injured. This is particularly true of large commercial trucks like big rigs, 18 wheelers, semi tractor trailers, and other large box trucks. New Mexico 18 wheeler wrecks causing a rear end collision generate a lot of force and powerful impact at any speed. These collisions are likely to result in serious personal injuries and should be reviewed by an Albuquerque trucking accident lawyer.

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