T-bone accidents are one of the deadliest car accidents a person can get into. With nothing but a car door in between you and the oncoming car, a T-bone crash has a high chance of injuring or killing you or a loved one. Luckily, not a big percentage of people will have to experience a traumatic event like this in their lifetime, but for those who aren’t so lucky, having a Dallas T-bone lawyer by your side will ensure a much easier transition.
A T-bone crash, also known as a broad-side collision or a side-impact collision, can occur in several places, some more dangerous than others. In a calmer environment, T-bone collisions can occur in residential areas or parking lots. While people tend to be driving much slower in areas like these, serious injuries might still occur. Most commonly, the more dangerous places T-bone crashes can occur would be at a traffic light’s intersection. With people driving significantly faster, crashes in areas like this can produce much more severe injuries or even death. Crashes like this can occur for various reasons as simple as distracted driving or as reckless as drunk driving. Regardless of the reason, you should be entitled to the maximum compensation.
After a serious accident like this, your first step should always be to seek medical help to any injured party involved in the crash. Ensuring that they receive medical care as soon as possible could be the difference between life and death. T-bone accidents are much more dangerous because of the positions of the vehicles’ impact.
While the front and back end of any vehicle has small crumple zones to absorb big impacts of rear-end and front-end collisions, the sides of a car give no room for absorption and lead to much more traumatic impacts with the driver and/or passengers. Make sure to note as many details of the crash as possible, and when you can, take down the information of the driver at the time of the incident, and take pictures of the location the crash happened along with pictures of the damaged vehicle. After getting everyone in a safe environment, your next best step would be to make sure you get in contact with one of our expert car accident attorneys in Dallas and file your claim.
While all drivers in the state of Texas are required to have insurance, insurance companies are legally obligated to compensate you with the money you deserve should their client be at fault for the accident. However, their job is to save their company as much money as possible by not giving you every last dollar that you are entitled to. With serious accidents like this, it’s hard to estimate the value of a person’s life, the pain and suffering one could go through now and even in the unforeseeable future will never be calculated correctly by insurance companies. Our T-bone accident attorneys work vigorously against insurance companies to fight for every last cent that you deserve. Always putting your best interest first, you can always trust our team to deliver your rightful compensation, regardless of the situation.
After being involved in a T-bone crash, those involved may suffer from a handful of injuries that they are entitled to be fully compensated for, including
- Broken bones
- Back or spinal cord injury
- Loss of limb
- Brain injury
- Internal organ trauma
With major medical trauma like these, we understand not being able to fight for yourself in such trying times. With so much to fight for already, let our attorneys fight for you and your loved ones.
Don’t trust your insurance company to give you the compensation you deserve. More often than not, your insurance will find just about any reason to lower your compensation in order to save them some money. Don’t leave your financial future in the hands of people who just care about money. Accidents like this can be devastating physically, mentally, and financially, and can impact you for the rest of your life. Contact us today to set up your FREE consultation to see how we can help you out, and if you don’t win, our services are completely FREE of charge, so there’s no reason to not pick up the phone. Call us now at (214) 526-7900