Edmonton T-bone Accident Lawyer
Written by Joseph A. Nagy
I am Joseph A. Nagy, and I am an experienced T-bone accident lawyer. My firm, Joseph A. Nagy Injury Law, handles all types of injuries from motor vehicle accidents. We serve clients throughout central and northern Alberta. We have dealt with many T-bone accident cases where severe injury has occurred.
If you were not wearing a seatbelt, you should know that there are many fact-specific judicial rulings on how much compensation should be reduced. Each circumstance is fact specific. Always consult with a qualified injury lawyer.
Please call (780) 760-4878 (HURT) or contact me, Joseph A. Nagy to tell me about your T-bone accident and injuries. We can discuss the steps I recommend to make sure you obtain the compensation you deserve. I offer free consultations, and you are under no obligation to hire me as your T-bone accident lawyer.
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A qualified Alberta injury lawyer who is experienced in handling T-bone accidents will
- know Alberta laws and precedents regarding fault and degrees of fault
- have an expert team that can investigate the unique circumstances of your case to determine fault
- know how to deal with insurance companies to obtain fair compensation for you.
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- Disputes commonly occur over speed, distance, timing, the color of a traffic light, and vehicle right of way.
- Witness evidence may be crucial to determine fault in T-bone accident cases.
- Sometimes, liability for the accident is highly disputed, even though you are not at fault for the accident.
- The other party may or may not have been convicted of a traffic offence arising out of the collision.
- Or the other party may have several occupants in their vehicle, and they may not tell the truth about how the accident happened.
T-bone accidents occur when two vehicles collide at right angles. Usually, the at-fault driver fails to stop or yield right of way at an intersection, causing the collision. Orthopedic injury, spinal cord injury, and head injuries such as traumatic brain injury are common in high speed T-bone collisions.
Determining fault in T-bone accidents (side impact collisions) can be complex. When injuries are involved, determining fault is crucial to receiving fair compensation from insurance companies. Consult an injury lawyer who deals with T-bone accidents. If needed, a qualified injury lawyer can involve expert investigators to help determine fault.
In high-speed T-bone accidents, wearing a seat belt can sometimes cause a more severe spinal cord injury. The insurance company of the driver who caused the accident will argue for lower compensation because you were not wearing your seat belt. Contact a qualified injury lawyer for help.