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T-Bone Car Crash

A T-bone car crash is a type of car accident that occurs when the front of one car strikes the side of another car, forming the shape of the letter "T." These accidents are often very serious, as the impact can cause significant damage to both vehicles and the occupants inside.

T-bone car crashes can happen in a variety of situations, but they most commonly occur at intersections. This is because intersections are places where drivers are more likely to make sudden turns or lane changes, which can lead to accidents. Other common causes of T-bone car crashes include:

  • Running a red light or stop sign.

  • Distracted driving.

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

  • Poor weather conditions.

If you are involved in a T-bone car crash, there are a few things you should do:

  • Check for injuries. If you or anyone else is injured, call 911 immediately.

  • Stay at the scene of the accident. Do not move your vehicle unless it is blocking traffic or posing a safety hazard.

  • Exchange information with the other driver. This includes your names, addresses, insurance information, and driver's license numbers.

  • Call the police and file a report. This is important for insurance purposes and can also help to document the accident if there are any legal issues down the road.

  • Take pictures of the damage to both cars. This will help to document the accident and support your claim with your insurance company.

  • Call the attorneys at Funk Law Group at 713-449-5771!

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