There’s no way around it: humans make mistakes. Many times, though, these mistakes happen behind the wheel, where carelessness and inattention can quickly turn into a car accident. When these crises happen, you need a T-bone accident attorney with the courtroom experience and legal know-how to get you the compensation you deserve.
If you were injured in a T-bone car crash in Florida, you may be entitled to a settlement. However, only a seasoned T-bone accident lawyer like David I. Fuchs will be able to empathetically guide you through the complex legal process while simultaneously advocating for your rights in court. His finely-honed negotiation skills have been earning him courtroom success for over 30 years, and he’d love to lead you to victory as well.
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T-bone collisions, which are also known as side-impact or broadside collisions, are when one vehicle hits another in the side, therefore making a “T” shape.
T-bone accident statistics show that fatalities from T-bone collisions have doubled in the last 20 years, with intersections being the most likely place for them to happen.
Sedan drivers are much more likely to die in these kinds of accidents than SUV drivers as well. Unsurprisingly, the driver being struck is also more likely to die than the driver who is striking.
Seeing as it’s not uncommon to die in a T-bone collision accident, the injuries one can sustain are pretty serious, ranging from concussions, spine injuries, traumatic brain injuries, shattered ribs, chest trauma, and other broken bones and fractures.
Florida state law requires drivers to yield the right-of-way to pedestrians, other drivers who arrived at the stop sign first, and other drivers in motion. If two drivers meet at a four-way stop at the same time, the driver on the left must yield the right-of-way to the driver on the right.
However, drivers who cause a T-bone collision after failing to yield the right-of-way may have a personal injury lawsuit filed against them pursuant to Florida’s negligence laws. In these cases, the victim will have to prove that the other driver was at fault in court to win their case.
You can prove fault by determining who caused the accident. This requires the collection of evidence, eyewitness testimony, and expert input. Attorney David I. Fuchs understands how to show that the other driver was at fault for your t-bone accident.
If you were in a car accident where you were hit on the passenger side, you know how traumatic making sense of the physical, financial, and emotional aftermath can be. However, David I. Fuchs, Accident & Injury Lawyer, P.A. can help you fight for the settlement that will help you turn your life around.
His seasoned negotiation skills and fierce courtroom advocacy has been earning him client success for over three decades, and he’d love to help you fight your case. Call (954) 568-3636 today to learn more about how we can best serve you.