Side-Impact Accidents

Side impact collisions, also known as T-bone collisions, happen quite frequently throughout the state of Alabama. Our Birmingham car accident attorneys have handled numerous car accident cases involving side impact car accidents. We use innovative technology and research to delve further and determine what caused the crash.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the legal options available to you, we urge you to reach out to Fischer & Associates, LLC Attorneys At Law right away. We offer free initial consultations to help get you started.

Common Causes of Side Impact Crashes

A T-bone or side impact accident occurs when the front of one vehicle hits the side panels of another vehicle, forming a shape that is similar to a “T.” Many factors can lead to a side impact accident; one example would be if a car fails to give right-of-way to another vehicle when the situation calls for it.

Some of the common causes of side impact accidents:

  • Speeding
  • Texting and driving
  • Distracted driving
  • Driving under the influence
  • Tailgating
  • Driving drowsy
  • Failing to adjust to weather conditions

Immediately following an accident, you will have many questions and may be unsure where you can turn. Side impact crashes, and car accidents as a whole, can lead to many different types of injuries. These include back injuries, spinal cord injuries, chest injuries, brain injuries, as well as burns, scrapes, and cuts. You do not have to go through this ordeal on your own. We can help!

We Take Action on Your Behalf

With an exceptional track record of success behind us, we at Fischer & Associates, LLC Attorneys At Law understands the laws and knows what plan of action. This speaks for itself—and includes the level of service and dedication we give to our clients. We can work with the insurance companies and opposing counsel to help you obtain the maximum possible financial compensation for your case.

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