T-Bone Accidents Caused By Negligence

T-bone accidents usually happen when one driver sails through an intersection and slams into another vehicle from the side. A vehicle is hit broadside by another vehicle that has the right of way. Use of a cellphone or other distracted driving behavior by the at-fault driver is often the cause of these accidents. To obtain legal advice concerning your rights and ability to claim compensation following T-bone accidents, call Perry & Young, P.A., at 850-215-7777. In a free consultation, an attorney can review your case and explain how we can help you.

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When representing you, the personal injury attorneys at Perry & Young, P.A., will conduct a thorough investigation of the accident and document any distracted driving behavior of the at-fault driver. Our lawyers will examine insurance coverage issues to identify all possible sources of compensation.

Common Injuries Caused By T-Bone Accidents

A side collision at a high speed often results in a head injury, neck injury, or whiplash. At Perry & Young, P.A., our attorneys have extensive experience in cases involving these types of injuries. We know the effects these injuries have on our clients and what questions to ask medical providers and rehabilitation specialists. Our firm has a nurse on staff who follows up on the care and rehabilitation services of our clients. We are proud members of The National Association of Distinguished Counsel. Perry & Young, P.A., wants to help you get the financial resources needed to pay for your medical care, plus compensation for all other losses.

Free Consultation — Contact A T-Bone Accidents Lawyer Today

Call us 24/7 at 850-215-7777 or schedule below for a free case evaluation with one of our Florida t-bone accident lawyers. We have law offices in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Marianna, and Tallahassee, Florida, to serve you.

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