Legal Care for Side Impact
(T-Bone) Collisions

If you or a loved one has been in a broadside or T-bone collision, contact Victory Law Group, LLP today. Victory Law Group, LLP has the best auto accident and personal injury attorneys. We will answer all your questions and keep you informed in every step of the case and/or claim. Don’t forget that you have a statute of limitations (deadline) to file a claim.

Effects of T-Bone Collisions

Side impacts or T-bone accidents are also referred to as broadside or right-angle collisions. They are the most dangerous collisions on California’s freeways, highways and/or streets.  When an auto drives into the side of another auto, it can impact the area where passengers are most vulnerable. A strong impact can cause the colliding vehicle to crumple the side barrier and enter the passenger’s physical space, which can cause serious injuries.

Some injuries resulting from a Side Impact or T-bone collision are:

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Bone fractures
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Whiplash and other neck and back injuries
  • Hip and shoulder displacement
  • Damage to internal organs
  • Ear damage and hearing loss

Common Causes of T-Bone Accidents

Negligent drivers’ behaviors which contribute to such collisions may include:

  1. Failing to come to a complete stop at a four-way intersection
  2. Failing to yield
  3. Running a red light
  4. Making ill-advised turns
  5. Reckless or aggressive driving
  6. Distracted driving and/or
  7. Driving while intoxicated or otherwise impaired

Sometimes T-bone accidents can be caused by factors out of the driver’s control, like brake failure or bad weather conditions. 

Contact Victory Law Group Today

Victory Law Group, LLP has the best auto accident and personal injury attorneys. We will find the cause and liability for your case and get you the maximum compensation you deserve. Our experienced attorneys will accomplish this by:

  1. Working with authoritative accident reconstruction specialists, medical experts, and other relevant professionals to examine your accident
  2. Conducting an investigation of the site of the collision and the involved autos to extract evidence that supports your claim and/or
  3. Presenting a solid legal claim to force a favorable settlement or achieve a fair verdict