A T-bone accident is one where the front of one car or truck crashes into the side of another vehicle. Vehicular damage and occupant injury of a T-bone accident are more likely to be severe due to the nature of the accident. T-bone accidents normally occur at an intersection when a driver fails to stop at a stop sign or traffic light, or otherwise fails to yield the right-of-way to the other driver. T-bone accidents also occur frequently in parking lots or when two vehicles pass on a multiple-lane roadway.
T-bone accidents often cause serious injury since the side panels of are the weakest parts of many vehicles. Moreover, the impact point is very close to the driver or passenger in the broadsided vehicle, so it often leads to more serious injury to the passenger than any other type of car collisions. Drivers and passengers may suffer brain injuries, broken bones, soft tissue damage, neck and back injuries and spine fractures. Death may also result in extreme T-bone car accidents. As a result, people injured in T-bone accidents face hospitalization, surgeries, rehabilitation and loss of income.
What to Do If You are in a T-bone Accident
If you or your loved ones has been injured in a T-bone accident, we recommend you to contact a lawyer for help ASAP. In a T-bone accident lawsuit, a thorough investigation is necessary to prove who had the right of way. Insurance companies will try to pay as little as possible to the victim. The skilled and experienced team at Torero Law strives to pursue compensation for all your possible losses, including medical bills, lost wages, property damages and pain and suffering.
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