There is a wide range of components that may make a head-on crash occur. Unpopulated, dark roads are a common location for a head-on accident however, any type of road without a center divider or median make head-on collisions a recognizable frequent location. Although street conditions are a large factor in where head-on accidents occur, other components for the cause of the crash such as:
- Distracted driving
- Driving under the influence
- Disobeying the rules of the road
- Weather condition
- Improper passing
- Mechanical error
So, how do you determine who the at-fault party is? When a driver fails to follow the rules of the road and jeopardizes the safety and wellbeing of others resulting in property damage or injury, they are to be determined liable for the accident.