In a T-bone car accident, the impact of the front of one car causes the side of another to cave in. Depending on whether the accident is minor, moderate or severe, this can cause a wide range of injuries. They include cuts and bruises, sprains and strains, broken bones, internal injuries, spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injury.
These accidents are usually caused by negligence, often when one car fails to yield the right of way. A driver may have been speeding or distracted, or failed to stop for a red light. If you were injured in a T-bone accident caused by a negligent driver, you deserve financial compensation.
But recovering that compensation is a complicated process. Other drivers deny responsibility and may try to put the blame on you. Insurance companies are supposed to help, but they are mostly interested in protecting their bottom line and will try to pay you as little as possible. That's why you need an experienced car accident attorney fighting for you.
Fighting for victims in Ohio and eastern Pennsylvania
Our legal team investigates your accident. We know where to look for evidence that proves the other driver was negligent and caused the crash. This usually involves carefully reading all related documentation, interviewing witnesses and if needed, consulting accident reconstruction specialists.
Each of our attorneys knows how to build a strong case that the insurance company has to take seriously. We will pursue compensation for damages that may include past and future medical expenses related to your injury, lost wages while you can't work, and noneconomic damages such as pain and suffering.
An insurance company may make you an initial lowball settlement offer soon after your T-bone accident. They are hoping you will accept and go away. Our firm is only interested in a resolution of your case that meets your needs. And we prepare to fight for you in court to get that resolution.
If you were hurt in an accident, it is in your best interests to talk to an attorney as soon as possible. We offer a free case evaluation and can explain your legal options. Simply call us at (866) 439-2238 or contact us online.