Car Accidents At Intersections

Intersection accidents are sometimes called T-bone accidents because one vehicle often strikes another in a perpendicular formation. Intersection accidents may take place with any type of traffic control:

  • A two-way stop sign intersection
  • A four-way stop sign intersection
  • A two-way yield sign intersection
  • An unmarked intersection
  • A T intersection
  • An intersection with a traffic signal — including a red light, a green light or a yellow light indicating which lane or lanes have the right-of-way at a given moment

If you were injured in a Walworth County intersection accident, attorneys at Seymour, Kremer, Koch, Lochowicz & Duquette, LLP, are highly suitable to investigate. We are a local personal injury law firm well-acquainted with most intersections in this area. We know how to obtain records showing how many accidents have occurred at certain intersections in the past. Furthermore, we take a personal interest in our clients, whom we view as neighbors first and clients second.

We also have a vested interest in promoting safety in our area. Investigations, injury claims and lawsuits can help promote the cause of better traffic controls at hazardous intersections.

If you are injured or if you lost a family member, you are naturally most concerned about obtaining the compensation you need for:

  • Medical bills
  • Therapy and rehabilitation
  • Disability accommodations, if necessary
  • Lost wage replacement
  • Acknowledgement of pain and suffering
  • Funeral and burial costs, if applicable
  • Acknowledgement of loss of companionship in the case of a fatal truck or car accident that has taken the life of your loved one

Seymour, Kremer, Koch, Lochowicz & Duquette, LLP, is a natural choice for anyone who has been injured or lost a loved one in an intersection accident in southeastern Wisconsin. Our lawyers represent injured pedestrians as well as people injured while traveling in or on:

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In most truck accident cases, we represent clients on a contingency basis. This means that attorneys' fees are due only when settlements or verdicts are paid out. Call our Elkhorn, Wisconsin, law offices at 262-723-5003 or send us an email to request a free initial consultation with lawyer.