Wichita Head-On Collision Attorney
Our lawyers know what to do after a car accident
Were you or a loved one involved in a head-on collision in Wichita? Such accidents can be very serious or sometimes even deadly. That's why it's critical that you have an experienced car accident attorney on your side who understands how the legal system works in Wichita and who can be there for you every step of the way. That's why you need Bretz & Young.
Our Wichita-based law firm knows how to investigate head-on collisions and find the facts that matter for your case. We routinely analyze accident reports, track down witnesses, visit the scene of the crash and consult with accident reconstruction experts if necessary. We leave no stone unturned in pursuit of the truth.
How did your head-on collision happen?
Head-on crashes happen for many different reasons. Some of the most common causes of head-on collisions include:
- Distracted driver veers into on-coming traffic.
- Texting driver crashes into vehicle.
- Speeding driver loses control of car.
- Tired driver crosses center line.
- Drunk driver slams into on-coming car.
Is this how your head-on collision happened in Wichita? Or are you dealing with another type of crash? Whatever the circumstances of your head-on collision, we're here to help you make things right.
What we can do to help you
When two vehicles collide head-on, the damage and injuries caused by such collisions can be catastrophic. You or loved one may need to undergo several surgical procedures. Then you might need weeks or months to recover. As a result, you might not be able to work during your recovery.
All your accident-related expenses - and lost income - can add up to thousands or even millions of dollars. If you don't take aggressive legal action within two years of your accident, you could end up having to pay many of these bills yourself, even though you didn't do anything wrong.
That's not fair. That's why we want to help you set the record straight. We can investigate your crash and find the facts you need to build a strong legal case. Often, insurance companies agree to negotiate with us once we present them with the facts. If not, we're prepared to take them to court on your behalf.