Fraud in Low Speed Rear-End Accidents
Injury claims resulting from rear-end automobile collisions tend to create an excessive volume of claims for automobile insurers. By their nature, the claims deal with subjective injuries. They usually involve cervical sprains and strains (sometimes called “whiplash”) that result in headaches, neck pain, or back pain—the kind of symptoms that make the severity of the injury difficult to measure and almost impossible to disprove. Exacerbating the problem for insurers is the frequency with which rear-end collisions occur.
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