Everyday in America, people are rear ended. If you have ever been rear ended, you probably know it can be a painful experience. Especially if it’s your first time, as you just don’t know what to expect. I have never been rear ended and I never hope to be. At the same time, I don’t want to rear ended anybody else either. The interesting thing is there are lots of people out there who want to rear end other innocent people. They pretend the accident was unintentional but they have schemed this all along. Either way, rear end accidents often make it difficult for the victim to function properly after the incident. After a rear end accident you may:
- Have trouble walking
- Have trouble seeing straight
- Have trouble going to the bathroom
- Walk with a limp
While rear end accidents happen all over America, San Francisco has one of the highest incidence rate of people being rear ended of anywhere in the country where accidents happen because so many people are packed into one small place. It’s important that you make good decisions, be safe and do the right things in order to avoid rear end accidents.