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Can you pursue a claim if you were in a rear-end collision?

Driving involves a lot of actions that require quick reflexes, prediction and negotiation. As mentioned in last week's blog post, even driverless cars are, at times, unable to negotiate turns and traffic situations as well as a driver. As Minnesota drivers are aware, drivers have to remain aware of changing traffic situations and alter their actions accordingly. This may be the reason for the presumption that when someone hits your car from behind, they are at fault because they should have kept enough distance between the two vehicles and should have anticipated the front car's movements.

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