A t-bone car crash gets its name from the “T” shaped impression left on a car when the front of another car makes an impact. They are also commonly known as side-impact or angular collisions. These types of accidents are usually caused when a driver fails to yield at an intersection, blows through a stop sign, or makes a risky decision when turning left on a green light. A t-bone car accident can happen in a variety of ways which we will discuss further.
As with any car accident, determining fault will significantly affect how and if you’re eligible for compensation. The outcome also depends on which state the accident occurred in. For many, this kind of accident is only something they see in the movies, but the trauma can be life-changing for those who experience it in real life. These types of accidents are among the most severe and often cause serious injuries and even death.