Representing Victims Of Rear-End Collisions

Rear-end collisions are one of the most common types of car accidents. In Panama City and throughout the Florida Panhandle, rear-endings happen on Highway 98, Interstate 10, and Highways 77, 79, 231 and 331 on a regular basis. At Perry & Young, P.A., we recommend that those who have been injured in rear-end collisions seek medical attention if they have even the slightest injury, ache or pain. Neck and back injuries, as well as brain injuries, can worsen and become problematic long after an accident occurs, and it is important to document the event at the time of the accident in order to establish the original cause of the injury, as well as responsibility. To speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer about a rear-end accident injury, fill out an online form or call Perry & Young, P.A., at 850-215-7777 . We are licensed in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. We have law offices located in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Marianna, and Tallahassee. Our go teams are available 24/7.

Seeking Maximum Compensation For Victims of Rear end Collisions

Many visitors to our area are unfamiliar with the roads they are navigating. They may make hasty decisions when it comes to switching lanes and exiting off of the highway. This is a common cause of rear-end accidents.

If your family member or friend is complaining of neck or back pain, or any other type of pain following a rear-end collision, tell him or her to see a doctor and an attorney as soon as possible. Even though there was no blood or broken bones at the scene of the accident, a head, neck, back or joint injury can last a lifetime.

If You’ve Suffered Whiplash, We Can Help

For free legal advice on your case, call our rear-end collision attorneys at 850-215-7777 . You can also send us an email through our online contact form, and we will be in touch with you shortly. SuperLawyers

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