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Many of these accidents are caused by another driver's negligence and can leave you very injured, putting you out of work and left with loads of medical bills. If this has happened to you or a loved one, book a free consultation with the Brooks Injury Law team to talk about getting you compensated.

Automobile Accidents

Side-impact collisions are accidents where the side of one or more cars is impacted. These are often called broadside collisions or T-Bone accidents, meaning that one car was hit on the side by the front or rear of another car. These collisions often occur when someone runs a stop sign or a red light. Side-swipe accidents are also common when a driver performs a lane change without checking their mirrors or blindspots. These crashes cause great forces that can lead to serious injuries. Many people believe that side-impact accidents leave minor damages and harm, but the reality is that these collisions are actually the most deadly for children.

Common Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries
Other Head Injuries
Neck Injuries
Back and Spinal Injuries
Broken Ribs
Chest Trauma

Car Accidents

  • Head On Collisions
  • Rear-End Accidents
  • Side-Impact Collisions
a woman sitting on the ground after a car accident
A head-on collision is a direct impact to the front of a vehicle by another vehicle. Head on collisions can be some of the most traumatic car accidents and can cause severe injuries.
a red car damaged after rear ending another car
You may hear rear-end accidents often referred to as "fender-benders" because they commonly occur at low speeds. Although we often call rear-end collisions "fender-benders," that is not to say that they cannot cause serious injuries.
Side-impact collisions are accidents where the side of one or more cars is impacted. These are often called broadside collisions or T-Bone accidents, meaning that one car was hit on the side by the front or rear of another car.

Common Causes

Driving Under the Influence
Distracted Driving
Overcorrecting
Sudden Lane Changes
Failure to Use Mirrors
Failture to Check Blind Spot

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