Wichita T-Bone Car Accident Attorney
Our lawyers can help you after your intersection crash
Intersections in Wichita can be dangerous places for drivers. That's why there are often so many car accidents at intersections in the city. One of the most common - and most serious - intersection accidents involves T-bone accidents.
As the name suggests, T-bone accidents involve one vehicle driving head-on into the side of another vehicle. In a T-bone accident, the occupant of the vehicle on the side that's struck by another car can sustain very serious injuries.
If you were injured in a T-bone accident in Wichita, make sure you take your accident seriously right from the start. Make sure you talk to a T-bone accident lawyer at Bretz Injury Law right away. Our Wichita law firm has years of experience handling such complex cases throughout Sedgwick County.
Common causes of T-bone accidents
T-bone accidents happen for many different reasons. Some of the most common causes include:
- Texting driver runs a red light and crashes into another car.
- Distracted driver misses a stop sign and T-bones another vehicle.
- Speeding driver crashes into the side of another car.
- Drunk driver causes a T-bone accident.
- Driver falls asleep at the wheel and drives right through the intersection.
Is this how your T-bone accident happened? Or did another driver crash into your vehicle in some other way? Whatever the circumstances of your T-bone accident, we're here to help you get your life back on track.
What our Wichita law firm can do for you
Evidence builds strong legal cases. This is especially true when it comes to T-bone accidents. You need the facts in order to obtain the financial compensation you deserve for your accident-related expenses. You only have two years to take legal action by law in Kansas from the date of your collision.
We know how to find the evidence you need to support your accident claim. We know how to analyze accident reports, track down witnesses and frequently visit the scene of the accident in search of more evidence. If necessary, we'll seek the advice of accident-reconstruction experts. We leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice.