Also known as side impact crashes, T-Bone accidents cause a great deal of serious injuries and property damage on Connecticut roads. If you or a loved one was injured in a T-Bone accident, you need to speak to our Hartford car accident lawyers as soon as possible. Considering the high-impact nature of this kind of crash, you could receive compensation for your injuries, whether you suffered broken bones, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, cuts and neck injuries.
In the event that you are injured during a T-Bone accident, we may be able to help you receive compensation for:
Depending on the severity of your injuries, you will probably have to take time off work in order to fully recover. This loss of income only adds to the financial strain you and your family are experiencing. Don't allow someone else's negligence to cause a negative domino-effect on your life. Filing a personal injury claim with the help of our firm can greatly increase your chances of obtaining maximum compensation and allows you to move on.
At Carlson & Dumeer, LLC, we have stood up for countless individuals who have been injured in various car accidents, including T-Bone crashes. Our personal injury legal team prides itself in providing results-driven legal representation that goes above and beyond. We want all of our clients to know that when they hire our firm to represent them, their case will receive our full attention. That is why our firm comes highly-recommended by previous injury clients.
We realize that filing personal injury claims is not just about financial matters, but it also entails fighting for justice and fairness. We believe in holding negligent individuals accountable for their actions while assisting victims on their road to recovery. This commitment to our clients is demonstrated in the fact that our firm operates on a contingency fee basis, which means that we won't charge legal fees unless we win your case.
No one else will work harder for you than Carlson & Dumeer, LLC. Contact our firm today for a free case evaluation.