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Erica Rose Discusses What Causes T-Bone Collisions in Texas?

by | Sep 1, 2021 | Car Accident Injuries, Car Accidents, Personal Injury Law


The aftermath of a T-bone accident
Injured in a T-bone Accident?  Call a Texas T-bone accident lawyer at Rose Sanders Law Firm, PLLC at (713) 231-9288. 


T-Bone collisions occur when the front of one vehicle collides with the side of another. They are capable of causing extremely serious injuries, including those that leave victims with long-term medical problems.

Thankfully, in many instances, people who are hurt in T-bone accidents can recover compensation for their losses, including their medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. In order to recover, however, their accident needs to have been the result of someone else’s legal negligence. Some of the more common causes of T-bone accidents that are usually attributable to driver negligence are discussed below. For more information, call our offices today at Rose Sanders Injury Law Firm, PLLC  to schedule a consultation with a car accident attorney in Texas.

Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is one of the most common causes of T-bone accidents. In many cases, distracted drivers simply fail to see a stop sign or red light and blow through intersections, colliding with traffic moving perpendicularly to their path.

Impaired Driving

Drunk and drugged driving is another common cause of T-bone accidents. Sometimes, drunk drivers are unaware of cross-traffic patterns and drive into other vehicles. In others, they may not react quickly enough to stoplights and drive into an intersection when then don’t have the right-of-way.

Failure to Yield

When drivers fail to yield the right-of-way to traffic, it can result in serious T-bone accidents. For example, if a driver takes a right turn into traffic without yielding, oncoming traffic may hit the side of their car. Similarly, if a driver fails to yield the right of way at a 4-way stop, serious T-bone accidents can happen.

Driving without Headlights

Avoiding collisions requires drivers to be able to see traffic. If a driver is driving without headlights at night or in poor weather, a driver driving into an intersection may not be able to see oncoming traffic, potentially resulting in a serious t-bone collision.

What Should You Do after a T-Bone Accident?

After a T-bone accident, there are certain steps you should take to project your rights. Perhaps most importantly, you should seek medical attention as soon as you can. Not only will seeing a doctor protect your health, it will also result in the creation of a medical record detailing your injuries. 

Next, you should contact an attorney as soon as you can. Car insurance companies aggressively try to settle cases for as little as possible and are not above using high-pressure tactics to get you to sign away your rights. Once you have an attorney, however, the insurance company will have to deal with your lawyer directly, ensuring that you do not inadvertently accept a settlement lower than your case’s value.

Call Rose Sanders Law Firm Today to Speak with a Texas Personal Injury Lawyer

Former Bachelor star, turned Texas Personal Injury Lawyer, Erica Rose founder and partner at Rose Sanders Injury Law. If you want to speak with Mrs. Rose about your case, call (281) 231-9288


If you have been injured in a T-Bone accident In Texas, you have the right to pursue compensation for your losses. The attorneys at Rose Sanders Law Firm, PLLC, can handle all aspects of your personal injury claim. We will help you seek compensation for your medical bills, wage loss, pain and suffering, and other hardships.  At Rose Sanders Injury Law, we’re committed to helping victims obtain the compensation they deserve under Texas law. Call our Texas T-bone Accident Lawyers at (713)231-9288  or contact us online to schedule your free case evaluation from any of our offices conveniently located in Houston, Dallas and McAllen. 



The aftermath of a T-bone accident