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Intersection Crashes

T-bone accidents typically happen at intersections. The intersection in your accident case may have been a rural intersection, a city intersection or the conjunction of a major thoroughfare and a side street. The other motorist may not have seen a stop light or stop sign in time to stop. He or she may have been speeding, may have been drunk or may have skidded on a slick road surface during inclement weather.

Whatever the circumstances of the T-bone accident that injured you or killed your loved one, accident reconstruction may be important to your case. Your legal case can be the pathway to recovering compensation for:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wage replacement
  • Pain and suffering

Having a skilled lawyer on your side can be just as important as getting top-notch medical care. You may face surgery, hospitalization, rehabilitation and long-term disability. Having money to cope with your many expenses can make all the difference in your recovery.

What about your wrecked car? It is probably a total loss. If it is an expensive vehicle, this loss may be substantial. Property damage is not traditionally part of a personal injury case. However, at Glenda Mitchell Law Firm, we help clients pursue property loss claims as well as address other complications resulting from T-bone accidents and other types of car accidents.

For Legal Advice After A T-Bone Accident, Contact An Attorney.

Glenda Mitchell Law Firm offers free consultations. Our lawyer offers contingency representation to people injured in Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina intersection accidents. Reach us by calling our Cartersville office at 678-721-0417, Auburn office at 334-604-7927 or our Greenville office at 864-326-3073, or complete our contact form. Let us know if you need a hospital visit.