Accidents happen without warning. Jon can help. He knows what to do
Intersection accidents can be very serious. And among the most serious car accidents at intersections are ones involving one vehicle crashing head on into the side of another car. These types of accidents are known as T-bone accidents or broadside accidents.
When these accidents happen, the vehicle struck on the side can often sustain serious damage, especially for anyone seated on the side of the car that was directly hit by another vehicle. Such injuries can sometimes prove fatal, resulting in a traffic fatality. After such a serious crash, it’s critical to turn to an experienced car accident lawyer.
Knowing what to do after a T-bone car accident in Macon or elsewhere in Georgia can be confusing. Fortunately, accident victims can turn to the Jon R. Hawk, Sr., LLC for the help and support they need during this difficult time.
Causes of Crashes
T-bone car accidents happen for many different reasons. Some of the most common causes include:
- Driver makes turn at intersection without looking.
- Driver makes an illegal turn at an intersection.
- Driver runs a red light or stop sign, causing an accident.
- Distracted driver crashes into another car.
- Speeding driver doesn’t have time to stop and avoid a collision.
Whatever the circumstances of your broadside accident, make sure you take your case seriously right from the start. Make sure you contact us and schedule your free case evaluation today.
We’re On Your Side
T-bone accidents can often be contentious. That’s because drivers who cause such crashes often deny doing anything wrong. The other driver might even try to claim you did something to cause your broadside accident.
Our law firm knows how to find the facts you need to build a strong, effective legal case. We know how to negotiate with insurance companies for a fair settlement. And if they refuse to negotiate, we’re prepared to file a lawsuit on your behalf and take them to court.
The financial impact of a serious car accident can be staggering – medical expenses, lost income, vehicle repairs and lost future income. You should not have to pay for someone else’s reckless behavior. We can help you hold the other driver – and their insurance company – accountable for their actions. We’re on your side.