T-Bone Auto Accidents and Serious Injuries: Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyer Explains
Victims of t-bone auto accidents are likely to be seriously injured. A t-bone auto accident is when one vehicle is struck on the side by another vehicle. The ensuing collision causes a “T” with the front of one vehicle smashing into the side of another vehicle. This type of collision is very dangerous because the victim being hit on the side does not have a crunch zone on the side panel like the victims in other vehicles hit on the front or back. Since the side panel is so thin, that occupant is in a more dangerous position and more likely to be seriously hurt. This is especially true in a t-bone collision as the thin side panels are met with the thick engine block of another vehicle. Our Albuquerque auto accident lawyer knows this and handles many types of t-bone auto accidents causing serious personal injuries.
If you or a loved one have been seriously injured or wrongfully killed in a t-bone auto accident, please call the Mark Caruso by dialing (505) 883-5000 to learn how we can help. We offer FREE consultations and can explain what possible compensation you may be entitled to, such as compensation for medical bills, lost wages, lost earnings, future medical expenses, physical therapy, property damage, and other claims. We can dispatch experts to the scene of your accident or to investigate the damage to your vehicles. We also work with your treating medical providers and other medical experts to determine the full extent of your present injuries and what that translates to you for future medical needs.
Types of Injuries Most Common in a T-Bone Auto Accident
Unfortunately, the types of injuries in a t-bone auto accident are significant. Some common types include the following:
- Spinal cord injuries;
- Traumatic brain injuries;
- Broken arms or legs;
- Fractured ribs;
- Organ injuries, multiple organ failure, or ruptured organs;
- Significant scarring;
- Collapsed lungs;
- Severe cervical pain (severe neck pain);
- Debilitating back pain, particularly thoracic or lumbar);
- Significant scarring;
- Nerve damage, including brachial plexus injuries;
- Loss of eyesight or vision;
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD):
- Wrongful death; and
- Many other injuries.
Injured in a New Mexico T-bone Auto Accident? Call us Today!
If you or a loved one suffered any injuries in a New Mexico t-bone auto accident, please call our Albuquerque auto accident lawyer to learn how we can help. We handle cases throughout New Mexico, including in Lordsburg, Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Roswell, or anywhere else. Call the Mark Caruso by dialing (505) 883-5000 to learn how we can help. You can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.