A two-vehicle collision left three people injured on Mount Baker Highway Monday morning in Whatcom County, according to Whatcom County Fire District.
The incident occurred at about 8:45 a.m. near mile post 15.9. Police say a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck was traveling eastbound when it T-boned a Toyota Prius leaving Welcome Grocery Store.
Airbags deployed in both vehicles, police say. The driver of the Prius was transported on Advanced Life Support from the scene. Two occupants in the Tacoma were taken on Basic Life Support.
Both cars left the roadway in the collision.
No other details are available.
Getting Money After a T-Bone Car Accident
If you’re the victim of a T-bone accident and are planning to pursue a personal injury case against the driver who caused your accident, you’ll have to prove the liability of the driver. Liability is the term used to assign fault or responsibility to the person that you believed caused the accident.
To recover money, or “damages” in a personal injury case, your attorney and their legal team will be responsible for proving these three things.
- That the driver acted negligently.
- That the negligent behavior caused your accident.
- That your accident caused your injuries.
If you can prove liability, then you may be entitled to damages.
Types of damages that may be awarded in a T-bone collision personal injury case include the following.
- Medical bills
- Pain and suffering
- Lost earnings
- Damages to property
Contact an Attorney Today
If you need to recover damages to help you cope during this difficult time, an attorney can help. At Davis Law Group, P.S., in Seattle, our attorneys can help you recover the compensation to which you are entitled. For help filing your car accident claim today, or to speak with one of our attorneys, call (206) 727-4000, use the chat feature below or fill out the form on this page.