Making mistakes

Drivers may cause a crash because they misjudge the amount of space between vehicles, miscalculate the amount of time it takes to cross an intersection, or fail to understand traffic signals. Others may miss traffic cues because they are distracted by cellphones or other non-driving activities.

Driving while impaired

Drunk and drugged driving are often factors in broadside collisions. Since impaired drivers typically do not brake before a collision, victims in these accidents may be hit with such force that they are partially or completely ejected from the vehicle.


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.