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Traffic accidents involving a parked vehicle

When people think of traffic accidents involving two or more vehicles, they may picture crashes in which all of the vehicles involved are moving at the time of the collision. However, it is important to remember that some accidents occur while a vehicle is parked, and that these accidents may not only result in significant financial losses but severe injuries and even lost lives. Those who are hit by a driver while in a parked vehicle should respond to the accident appropriately and know what their legal rights are.

A vehicle may be struck while parked in a parking lot, such as those found at a grocery store or a retail outlet, for example. Or, a vehicle could be hit by a negligent driver while it is parked on the side of the road or in front of a house. Regardless of the location in which a parked vehicle is struck, the consequences of the accident can be very serious, even more so if someone is inside of the vehicle when it is hit. Sadly, an accident may even prove fatal if a parked vehicle is struck by a driver traveling at a high rate of speed.

From poor visibility and the use of intoxicating substances to speeding and distractions caused by smartphones, these accidents may happen for many different reasons. Victims who struggle with life-changing consequences, such as a permanent disability or financial problems, should be aware of some of the resources that may help them find a sense of normalcy once again.

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