A side-impact collision, also referred to as a T-bone collision, imparts enormous stress and strain on the human body as vehicle passengers are thrown around. Depending on the severity of the collision, even safety features such as seat belts and air bags can result in cuts, contusions and broken bones.
The Knoxville car crash lawyers at the Law Offices of Ogle, Elrod and Baril, PLLC, have decades of combined experience representing injured individuals. Whether your accident resulted in multiple fractures, spinal cord injuries or traumatic brain injury, we encourage you to contact a knowledgeable lawyer as soon as possible. By performing a careful investigation of the accident scene, the police report and any witness statements, we can begin developing your case strategy. We will negotiate with the liable party’s insurance carrier to ensure you receive the maximum monetary compensation that is possible. Due to lost wages, medical bills and property damage, you could very easily face financial ruin. Let us turn your wreck into a check.
Tennessee T-Bone Car Accident Attorney
T-bone or side-impact collisions most often occur at intersections. When one driver fails to yield or stop and collides with another vehicle, the physical forces can be enormous, leading to traumatic car accidents on city streets. There are several factors that lead to side-impact accident, including:
- Drunk driving
- Distracted driving, including texting or eating while driving
- Dangerous road conditions, including wet or icy surfaces
- Failure to recognize safety signs or signals
- Missing or defective safety signs or signals
Do not hesitate to contact our firm with any questions or concerns following a motor vehicle accident. Often, injured individuals are entitled to recover monetary compensation that they did not even realize. A skilled attorney can examine your situation and provide valuable insight.
Contact the Firm
If you have questions regarding a side-impact collision, contact the Law Offices of Ogle, Elrod and Baril, PLLC, to schedule a free consultation. Our firm accepts cases on a contingency fee basis — meaning you pay nothing for our services unless we achieve a favorable outcome for your claim. Additionally, we keep flexible office hours to better suit your needs. No matter your location, we can come to you.
Call us at (865) 546-1111 or complete our online contact form to set up a meeting with a lawyer at your home or in our office.