INJURIES AT INTERSECTIONS: T-BONE CRASHES
Our principal attorney, Frank McCoy Jr., is certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy – a distinction that fewer than 0.5 percent of all Connecticut attorneys have earned.
At McCoy & McCoy, we understand the level of damages that can be incurred from a single T-bone accident. Whether you are concerned about the damage to your vehicle or you have suffered from severe injuries, you rightfully deserve to be compensated for your injuries and losses.
We consider each case a personal matter when you come to work with us. You can be confident that we will do everything in our power to give you the edge you need when fighting for your maximum deserved level of compensation.
Determining Liability In A T-Bone Accident
Depending on the circumstances of a collision, it is usually fairly obvious who was at fault in a T-bone accident. Sometimes, however, the other driver will dispute your accusations and claim that they had the right of way. For this reason, it is extremely important to make sure that you take the appropriate steps after a crash to ensure that your right to compensation is protected.
- First, you should speak to any witnesses that were present at the time of the accident. By taking down their contact information, you may be able to safeguard yourself against the false accusations of the other driver.
- Second, you should always take pictures of the scene, including the damage that was done to both vehicles and any injuries that were sustained. In doing so, you will have valid evidence to support your account of how the accident really happened.
- Finally, you should waste no time in contacting a qualified personal injury lawyer. An experienced lawyer will be able to efficiently manage the aftermath of an accident and negotiate with the other party’s insurance company.
These are all important steps that should not be disregarded. Do not hesitate to contact our firm today if you were recently involved in any type of accident.
Advocating For Your Rights And Full Recovery
Please contact McCoy & McCoy at 860-244-9100 to begin your fight for financial reimbursement.