You know the signs of a side-impact crash — the smashed-in door or siding or crushed wheel housing. Side-impact crashes, sometimes known as T-bone accidents because one car drives into another and makes a T shape, also damage people.
Injuries from T-bone crashes include broken bones, skull fractures, back injuries, spinal cord injuries, organ damage, and severe brain injury. If the impact is violent, a passenger can die.
A T-bone or side-impact crash can occur in a variety of ways. The driver who collides with the side of the other car is often thought to be at fault. In fact, either driver can be at fault. Situations include:
After a motor vehicle accident, you are likely to be unsure whether you have a valid claim for compensation. To qualify for compensation, your case must have two features:
Talk to a car accident lawyer at Rosenthal & Kreeger LLP in Roseville and Sacramento. We offer free initial consultations, and we don’t charge you any attorney fees until we deliver a good outcome for you.
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