Your car is designed to absorb impact in multiple places called crumple zones. The crumple zones are typically at the front and rear of the vehicle. Crumple zones help the car absorb kinetic energy from another vehicle hitting another vehicle. The more the car can absorb the energy the less it is likely to transfer to the human body inside the car. It is expected for cars to get hit in the front or the rear which is why car manufacturers created crumple zones. However, if you are T-boned, then there is no crumple zone to absorb the energy of the impact. The only thing between the energy of the impact is a small door and window.
Our Independence T-Bone Accident Attorney at Mayer & Rosenberg, PC have seen first hand the wreckage left after a T-bone collision. For 40 years we have represented victims of T-bone accidents. Some have survived their injuries while others succumbed to their injuries. We understand the trauma that comes with this kind of car accident and we ready to seek justice for you or your loved ones.
Like a scene from a nightmare, if you are involved in a T-bone accident, you are likely to experience some injury. There are various reasons why T-bone accidents occur:
Most T-bone accidents happen at intersections with red lights, flashing lights, or stop signs. However, they can also occur while making a U-turn or while backing out of a parking spot. The at-fault driver was driving negligently and not paying attention to his o her surroundings causing the accident to occur. As your attorney, it is our job to gather the evidence and prove the negligence of the other driver for you to get the justice and compensation you deserve.
Any side impact accident will result in multiple injuries because your body absorbs most of the impact between the two vehicles. Because the impact is so severe, the injuries are just as severe:
Most of these injuries require medical treatment and surgery. Most of these injuries require months or years of recovery. You should not have to suffer more than you already are suffering. If a negligent driver causes your injuries, then the negligent driver should be held responsible, and their insurance should provide full compensation for your needs.
We know you and your family are exhausted from the stress of it all. We know that you need much rest and relaxation. This is why it is so important to choose our experienced and skilled attorneys. We know how to provide a successful service with little stress for you and your family. Call 816-941-8949 or click here for a free consultation with our professional attorneys at Mayer & Rosenberg, PC in Independence today.
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