A T-bone accident occurs where a car directly crashes into the side of another vehicle. 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.
T-bone accidents often cause serious injuries, particularly to the driver of the vehicle struck on its side, because the side panels are one of the weakest parts of a vehicle. Drivers and passengers may suffer brain injuries, broken bones, soft tissue damage, neck and back injuries, and spine fractures. T-bone accident victims may have to undergo hospitalization and require ongoing medical treatment..
What to Do If Your Vehicle is T-Boned
If you or your loved ones has been injured in a T-bone accident, we recommend that you contact the car accident attorneys at Torero Law immediately. Our team can help you secure the maximum compensation for your injuries and pain and suffering.
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