Broadside Car Accident
A broadside car accident is commonly referred to as a T-Bone automobile accident. These automobile accidents take place when one vehicle crashes into another vehicle forming "T". It is essentially a front end impact with a side impact involving two motor vehicles. The personal injuries that result from a broadside car accident can be quite substantial and have a life-long impact on the injury victim and his or her family. Based on Jacksonville, Florida, automobile accident attorney David Wolf has been handling automobile accidents and related personal injury cases for over 30 years. Florida has certain laws in place that only apply to automobile accidents. As such, it is important to retain an experienced attorney who understands the laws, insurance practices, and how to handle a case from start to finish.An Injury Victim Faces Many Issues and Challenges Following a T-Bone or Broadside Car Accident . . .
In the aftermath of a car accident, there are a number of issues that an injury victim must deal with including those related to property damage, injuries, and, yes, compensation. Many people do not realize that there is an Accident Report Privilege in the State of Florida. Here is an example to illustrate how this rule or law works. Let's assume that there is a T-Bone or Broadside Automobile Accident. A police officer arrives on the scene and issues a citation to the driver who allegedly ran the stop sign and crashed into the side of the other vehicle. While the police report and citation may be helpful information, the actual police report and the fact that a citation was issued to a driver would not be admissible as evidence in a court case or trial. As such, there are many laws and issues that arise in an automobile accident that are not to clear or subject to common sense or fairness. Because of the complexities of Florida Automobile Accident laws, it is important to get an attorney in place who knows these laws and who can and will fight to protect and enforce your legal rights.
Many T-Bone or broadside car accident cases may involve competing versions of how the accident takes place. Witness statements are often helpful to determine liability and fault; however, for many Florida Automobile Accidents, there are no independent witnesses to the car crash. It should be noted that Florida is a comparative fault state. As such, liability or fault may be apportioned to more than one driver in the aftermath of a T-Bone or broadside car accident.David Wolf is the author of 12 books focusing on personal injury cases and issues . . .
Based in Jacksonville, Florida, David Wolf represents injury and accident victims through the State of Florida. He is the author of 12 books including the book titled - Florida Automobile Accidents - Personal Injuries - Keys to Protecting and Enforcing Your Legal Rights. This book has chapters on Medical Care, Insurance Issues, and Settlement Factors. You can get this book for free at Florida Automobile Accidents - Personal Injuries.Contact Attorney David Wolf for a Free Consultation . . .