During the evening rush hour in Portland, Interstates 84 and 205 can become heavily congested. All it takes is one act of negligence to cause a crash involving multiple vehicles. A multi-vehicle car accident happens when more than two vehicles crash into each other, creating a chain reaction. The most common types of multi-vehicle accidents include:
There are many contributing factors that can lead to multi-vehicle accidents. Like many other types of auto accidents, multi-vehicle accidents can be caused by the following:
Whatever caused your multi-vehicle crash, an experienced auto accident attorney can investigate and find out who to hold accountable. While these accidents can be complex because of the number of parties involved, Zbinden & Curtis can get to the bottom of it. We will examine the police report, speak to witnesses, and gather important details to build a strong case. Contact us today.
Determining who is at fault in a multi-vehicle accident can be difficult. Oftentimes, these accidents will require a thorough police investigation to pinpoint whose irresponsibility caused a crash to occur. This can be especially challenging in pile-ups involving several vehicles.
Following a multi-car accident, it is always important to make safety a priority to avoid further damage from being done. If you can:
The sooner you take action, the more likely you will be able to maximize your compensation. Let us handle the rest.