Nearly Two Decades of Experience
Searching for an attorney in Nassau County for a head-on collision case? At The Law Offices of Charles R. Gueli, we have nearly two decades of experience handling all types of motor vehicle accident claims. If you have been injured in a head-on accident, one of the deadliest kinds, we would be honored to provide you with the one-on-one attention you need and deserve.
We care about you, your family, and seeking justice on your behalf. We believe that choosing the RIGHT attorney is of the utmost importance since that single choice can impact the rest of your life. Allow our Nassau County car accident lawyer to take over your case and help alleviate the stress and worry involved.
Why retain The Law Offices of Charles R. Gueli?
- We are available 24/7 to take your call.
- We offer evening and weekend appointments.
- Each client receives personalized attention.
Head-On Collisions Defined
A head-on collision is a type of car accident that occurs when the front ends of two vehicles hit each other in opposite directions, which is different than a
rear-end collision. Often, head-on accidents involve fatalities because of the high speeds involved. Head-on collisions belong in a category of crashes called lane-departure crashes.
Generally, one of the drivers fails to stay centered in their lane and either leaves the roadway, or crosses the centerline, resulting in a head-on crash. Head-on collisions are the result of:
- Vehicle debris in the roadway
- Drunk driving
- Driver fatigue
- Texting while driving
- Roadway hazards
- Distracted driving
The risk of head-on accidents is greatest on two-lane rural roads, and roads with narrow lanes, sharp curves, and no separation lanes for opposing traffic. With head-on accidents, the risk of death and injury increases as speed increases.
Do not handle your case alone – call now!
Head-on collisions are notorious for causing severe injuries and for totaling the vehicles involved. If you were injured in one of these crashes, we can help you file a claim for just compensation.
It is not suggested that you handle your claim alone because insurance companies are in the business of devaluing claims so profits can be maximized. If you accept a low settlement offer, you will not receive appropriate compensation and there is no going back for more.
Protect your rights to fair compensation – request your free case evaluation