Being involved in a rear-end accident is bad enough, but its even worse when you're stopped at a red light or stop sign.
These kinds of accidents can be more than just annoying fender-benders; depending on your vehicle, they may cause serious injury or even death. That was certainly the case early Friday when a hit-and-run driver slammed into an Arizona motorcycle cop at a red light, killing the officer, Phoenix's KNXV-TV reported. Then there are chain-reaction crashes: The car that hit you may not have even been the one responsible for the crash, but you may still be injured.
So can you sue if you've been rear-ended at a red light or stop sign?