Don’t suffer alone after an accident. Work with a Hawaii T-bone accident lawyer at Recovery Law Center. We fight for fair compensation for crash victims.
Lawyers for T-bone Car Accidents Serving Hawaii
Recovery Law Center represents T-bone accident victims in compensation claims. When you have serious injuries, or if you have lost a loved one because of a T-bone crash, our law firm is in the fight with you.
We are T-bone car accident lawyers. Our team represents victims in claims throughout Hawaii. The compensation you receive is key to your emotional and personal recovery. Our professional team can work to get you the payment you deserve.
Get compensated for your T-bone accident injuries and losses. Call (808) 597-8888 or message us online today.
Experienced Legal Representation for T-Bone Crash Victims
Law firm founder Glenn Honda saw a need for a law firm that represents victims, exclusively. When you’re hurting from injuries, growing medical bills and personal expenses, you need a legal team that fights for you.
The financial recovery that you deserve is key to your personal wellbeing. As your lawyers, we take our responsibility seriously.
Some of the services we can provide for you are:
- Determining who is to blame and how you can receive compensation for a T-bone crash
- Gathering proof of legal fault and causation of damages
- Medical documentation of severe injuries and the appropriate compensation
- Identifying secondary losses like loss of income, benefits and career
- Negotiating with the insurance company, approaching witnesses
- Speaking as your legal team at hearings and trials
- Addressing issues and preparing a response to questions that may arise
- Preparing a legal strategy, understanding your personal goals so that we can tailor a strategy to your best interests
- Filing documentation with the court and meeting deadlines
- Communicating with you throughout the case
At Recovery Law Center, we are full service Hawaii T-bone accident lawyers. Whatever is necessary for you to bring your claim and advance your interests, we have the skilled legal team to work on your behalf.
Who is responsible in a T-bone accident?
Parties who may be responsible in a T-bone accident are:
- The driver striking the vehicle from the front
- The driver of the vehicle struck on the side
- Government entities for poorly designed or maintained roads
- Employer of a vehicle driver
- Manufacturer of a vehicle for a defect or malfunction
Usually, a T-bone accident is the result of a driver violating right of way laws. One driver runs a stop sign, disobeys a traffic light or attempts to make a turn without having the right to enter the lane.
How do you prove fault for a T-bone accident?
With fault in a T-bone accident often depending on who violated right of way laws, proving the cause of the accident can be challenging. Here are some ways to identify fault for a T-bone accident:
- Witness testimony: For example, witnesses can speak to whether the light was green when a vehicle entered an intersection
- Right of way laws and traffic signals: A vehicle that enters a lane of travel at a two-way stop sign must wait until the lane is clear. Identifying existing traffic signals can show whether a driver failed to wait for oncoming traffic
- Accident reconstruction: Where vehicles came to rest, whether there are marks in the road from trying to stop or signs of evasive action can all be indicators of whether a driver was mindful of nearby vehicles
- Videos and vehicle logs: Video taken from any source and vehicle event data recorders can provide helpful information to explain the events leading to the crash
What’s necessary to prove fault for a T-bone accident depends on the specific circumstances of the crash. As your lawyers, we work to build the evidence in your favor to prove your right to compensation.
Understanding T-bone Accidents
What is a T-bone accident?
A T-bone accident occurs when the front of one vehicle strikes the side of another vehicle. At impact, the vehicles form the shape of the letter T.
A T-bone accident may also be called a broadside or side-impact accident. The crash is characterized by the shape of the vehicles at impact and may have several different causes.
How does the body respond to a T-bone accident?
In a T-bone accident, the body suffers in numerous ways. It endures blunt trauma from the impact of a heavy vehicle. This trauma can break bones and damage vital organs. In addition, the body is thrown at a high rate of speed at a force beyond what the body can naturally withstand. This force can cause whiplash, spinal cord damage and other injuries.
What injuries can you get in a T-bone accident?
Injuries in a T-bone accident can be especially serious. Common injuries include:
- Concussion, traumatic brain injury
- Skull fracture
- Paralysis, spinal cord injury
- Debilitating injuries, like trauma to the pelvis and extremities
- Loss of feeling and control of bodily functions
- Broken bones
- Organ damage
- Burns, bruises, scars and disfigurement
- Wrongful death
Many T-bone accident victims will spend a lifetime suffering from their injuries. Healing can be slow, and injuries can be painful.
A victim deserves fair compensation for their injuries, whatever they are. When injuries are serious and suffering is great, they should receive an amount of compensation that reflects it. As your Hawaii T-bone accident lawyers, we work to ensure that your payment is a fair representation of what you have endured.
Do people survive T-bone accidents?
Forbes reports that T-bone accidents account for 23% of car accident deaths among vehicle occupants. Because of the high impact and force, the fatality rate is high. However, many people survive T-bone accidents. They suffer serious injuries including brain trauma, paralysis, disfigurement and emotional anguish.
Get Your Free Consultation – Hire a Lawyer Today
Recovery Law Center is proud of our mission to help victims in the legal justice system.
Ask for your free consultation and hire our Hawaii T-bone accident lawyers today. Contact us by phone at (808) 597-8888 or message us online.
We are in the recovery with you. Get help and start your case now.