Columbus, Ohio, T-Bone Accident Attorney

A T-bone accident, also known as a broadside collision, happens when a vehicle’s side is struck by the front of another vehicle. These types of accidents can cause severe injuries. They can turn or spin a car, or in a worst-case scenario, result in a rollover.

Because of the severity of these injuries, it is extremely beneficial to partner with an experienced lawyer.

Columbus Personal Injury Attorney

Because we have worked on various auto accident cases throughout Ohio for more than 30 years, there is no case for which we are not prepared. We have secured tens of millions for our clients, and will help you get the compensation you deserve.

Early and decisive action is extremely important to protect your rights. Contact us as soon as possible.

Contact Our Ohio Car Accident Lawyers

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Columbus, Ohio, T-bone accident lawyer, please contact Clark, Perdue & List via email or at 614-469-1400. We will meet you free of charge to explain your legal rights and make suggestions for immediate action.


Bicycle Safety

It’s spring which means more adults and kids are dusting off their bikes and hitting the roads. It's also time to remember bicycle safety. Unfortunately, 783 bicyclists died in motor vehicle crashes in 2017 according to NATSA.  These deaths are not just linked to...

read more

Ohio crash leads to deaths and other serious injuries

Determining the circumstances under which a fatal accident took place can prove vital to an investigation. It was recently reported that police are continuing to investigate a single-car crash that took place in Ohio. There were reportedly three individuals inside the...

read more

Ohio SUV accident leads to serious injuries for driver

When a motor vehicle crash results in serious injuries, determining who was at fault for the incident could play a considerable role. Authorities will likely investigate to determine whether charges are necessary, and an injured individual could have cause to file a...

read more

Ohio car accident kills both drivers involved

In many cases, lanes on the roadways are only separated by painted lines. As a result, drivers could easily veer from one lane to another with nothing to stop a potential collision. A head-on car accident often results from a vehicle moving into the opposite lanes of...

read more