In the case of a rear-end collision, the driver that rear-ends the front vehicle is generally found to be the at-fault party. However, it is not automatically assumed you are faulted if you hit the car in front of you and an investigation will determine why the accident occurred and who the at-fault party really is. There are many factors that go into determining who the negligent driver is in a rear-end collision. Being negligent while driving includes:

  • Speeding
  • Distracted driving/ texting
  • DUI
  • Road rage
  • Brake lights are non functioning
  • Failing to use proper signals
  • Tailing the car in front too closely
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