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December 16, 2019

Orange County T-Bone Accident Lawyer

We know that side-impact collisions, more commonly known as T-bone accidents, can occur in any number of different traffic situations.

We also know that depending on the circumstances surrounding the crash, either one of the drivers could be found guilty of negligence. That’s why you need an experienced Orange County T-bone accident lawyer on your side.

Who Can Be Found Liable in a T-Bone Car Accident Case?

The driver who was broadsided, or hit by the other car, will not necessarily be found free of liability. The circumstances of an accident play a critical role in determining who is liable.

For example, if a driver runs a red light and is T-boned by another driver, the first driver will most likely be found negligent as his or her reckless driving caused the accident.

We Gather Evidence to Demonstrate Who Was Liable for the Crash

As an Orange County T-bone accident lawyer, we will help you determine who was at fault before proceeding with a claim. We will then gather evidence—such as police reports and traffic camera pictures—to prove the other driver’s negligence.

T-Bones Are More Dangerous

Side-collision impacts are uniquely dangerous.

When a vehicle rear-ends your car or hits you head-on from the front, there are several feet of steel that can protect you from the impact. The engine, trunk, seats, or bumper all help mitigate the impact of the collision.

This is not the case in a T-Bone accident.

The Dangers of a T-Bone Accident

When your car is T-boned, the only thing between you and the impact is either the passenger seat or the driver-side door and window. This increased vulnerability increases your susceptibility to injury in a T-bone accident.

In fact, each year between 8,500 and 10,000 Americans are killed in side-impact collisions in the U.S.

What to Do if You Are T-Boned

Car accidents can be devastating regardless of their type or circumstances. After an accident, the first thing you should do is seek medical attention.

Call 911 to ensure that the police and paramedics are on the scene as soon as possible.

Once you are able, contact an Orange County T-bone accident lawyer. We will begin working on your case immediately, and the medical evaluation you receive after the accident will be essential to your case.

Document Everything

Document as much as you can about the area where the T-bone occurred.

Take photographs of the cars and the area in which the collision occurred. Also take photographs of things such as stop lights, which could have had a maintenance malfunction that led to the accident.

Make certain that you get all of the other driver’s relevant information as well, including contact information, name, date of birth, and insurance information.

Schedule a Consultation with an Orange County T-Bone Accident Lawyer

If you have been in a T-bone car accident, you’ll need to acquire legal representation as soon as possible.

Schedule a consultation with an Orange County T-bone accident lawyer at Dickson, Kohan, and Bablove, LLP by calling 1-844-404-2400 or by contacting our office online.

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