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When a semi-truck strikes a passenger vehicle on the side, commonly referred to as a T-Bone accident, severe injuries and death can result. If you’ve have been involved in a T-Bone crash, you may be eligible for compensation.
T-bone semi-truck collisions require an experienced truck accident lawyer who knows the law. We win or settle 99% of cases. Contact us today and get your claim started.
Begin Your Case With a Semi Truck T-Bone Accident Lawyer
When a semi strikes a passenger vehicle on the side, commonly referred to as a T-Bone accident, severe injuries and death can result. The attorneys at Isaacs & Isaacs are experienced in such accidents and are ready to help clients. We have recovered over $2 billion for clients due to negligence in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio, and if you have been involved in a T-Bone accident, you may be eligible for compensation.
A Conversation With Darryl Isaacs about 18 Wheeler Collisions
Attorney Darryl Isaacs sat down to address questions for those who have been involved in a crash involving big rig trucks or other large commercial vehicles rear-ending other vehicles. Join us in this radio episode of “Ask The Hammer,” the podcast exploring the legal matters that matter most. Play the episode directly below.
What Is a T-Bone Accident?
T-bone accidents involve a side collision by another vehicle, but it can be particularly devastating if you are T-boned by a large truck. Due to the truck’s substantial weight, this means that the side doors and windows are likely crushed, even at a low speed. In some cases, the truck can totally crush the vehicle in the crash. In fact, side safety innovations are no match for an 80,000-pound truck.
Causes of a T-Bone Accident
Although there are many reasons a T-Bone accident occurs, some are prominent:
- Truck fails to stop at a stop sign
- Truck runs a red light
- Truck turns at an intersection without adequately checking for oncoming traffic
- Trucks changes lanes improperly
Liability in a T-Bone Accident
The liability is based on fault. Even in no-fault states, negligence matters when dealing with a side-impact accident. The attorneys at Isaacs & Isaacs use accident reconstruction and police reports, video recordings from vehicles, stop lights or businesses and witness accounts to determine fault.
Free Case Review With a Proven T-Bone Accident Law Firm
Calling Isaacs & Isaacs immediately after an accident is important so evidence is intact and the witnesses’ memories of the incident are preserved. Call us at 800-800-8888 for a free consultation. We will review your accident and answer the questions you may have.