Everything You Should Know About Broadside Collisions in Florida

Collisions

T-bone collisions and other broadside collisions are among the worst forms of automobile accidents. The front of one automobile collides with the side of another in a T-bone collision. Both automobiles’ drivers and occupants are likely to be seriously injured or killed. Any broadside accident can lead one or both cars to lose control, resulting in a cross-chain of accidents.

Injuries Caused by a Side-Impact Crash

Following a broadside crash, you and your customers may face a range of medical issues, including:

  • Injuries to the head and neck
  • Organ damage and back injuries
  • Death
  • Broken bones

Why Do Broadside Collisions Occur So Often at Intersections?

Other cars turning may underestimate a driver’s speed rushing through an intersection and believe they have plenty of time to turn. Furthermore, higher speeds make stopping in time to prevent a broadside accident more difficult. One of the most common causes of broadside collisions is distraction. Drivers who aren’t paying close attention may miss a red light or another car approaching the junction.

Some impatient drivers participate in aggressive actions, such as running red lights, which frequently result in deadly broadside collisions. Inebriated drivers may fail to stop at a red light or turn when they should yield to oncoming traffic. A driver’s fatigue might lead them to lose attention on the road and their surroundings, which is especially dangerous at crossroads. A fatigued motorist may fall asleep while driving through an intersection, colliding with other cars.

What Should You Do if You are Involved in a Side-Impact Collision?

It is critical to seek medical assistance as soon as possible following a side-impact incident. It’s when the bills begin to pile up. T-bone injuries can also make it difficult to return to work, leading to missed payments. An insurance provider should reimburse you for each of these things after the cause of the crash has been identified.

Pain and suffering may also be taken into account. An insurance company will have difficulty disputing the number of medical expenses or missed pay. There is no established scale for calculating the quantity of pain and suffering. The insurance company may provide any amount they like, which might be “nothing.” This is why it is critical to retain the services of a skilled accident injury lawyer.

The irresponsible party’s insurance carrier will frequently give an early settlement sum covering urgent medical costs and lost income. They seldom account for future care or sick days resulting from the healing process. They will also try to reach an agreement with the injured person directly. This is because they know that a lawyer would always want a more significant sum, as they should. It is critical not to speak with the insurance provider directly after submitting the claim.

A side-impact collision’s agony and anguish will not go away overnight. Fortunately, it may be mitigated by knowing that your payments and losses will be covered.

Conclusion

Broadside crashes can potentially result in harm to one or both vehicles. In many T-bone automobile accidents, the cost of repairs exceeds the vehicle’s value. Owners of damaged vehicles have the legal right to hold negligent drivers liable for the cost of repairs or the current market value of a totaled car.

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About the Author: Barry Lachey

Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources "Joe Joe." he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.