Who’s at Fault for a T-Bone Accident?
Was your car struck broadside at an intersection? Did another vehicle pull into the road and collide with the side of your vehicle? These types of accidents are often referred to as “T-bone” accidents. Named for the shape of a “T” that is created when another vehicle strikes the side of your own, a T-bone accident can result in serious injuries to the driver, passenger, or occupants of the back seat.
Determining who’s at fault for a T-bone accident requires thorough investigation. When liability is called into question, investigating attorneys and insurance adjusters may need to examine evidence like traffic camera footage, photos of the accident scene, and even driver cell phone records to figure out who is at fault for the crash.