It’s The Deadliest T-Bone Accident In The Nation Caused By The Vehicle’s Safety Failures. Personal Injury Lawyer Todd Tracy Specializes In Broadside Collisions Called The “Far-Side Impact Crash”.

It’s a devastating and deadly injury in a T-Bone Accident or a Broadside Collision called the “Far Side Impact Crash”.

Vehicle safety failures currently cause the driver or passengers seated on the opposite side of where their car is hit in a T-Bone accident to suffer severe head injuries, chest or abdominal injuries, and more often than not fatal car accident injuries.

Last April at a meeting of the American Bar Association, Vehicle Crashworthiness lawyer Todd Tracy warned the automakers attorneys that the Far Side Impact Crash is one of the most dangerous accidents in the nation today.

In this video, personal injury lawyer and auto safety expert, Todd Tracy explains how auto manufacturers try to blame the other driver in the accident and hide the carmaker’s responsibility for a far-side impact crash.

Hello I’m Todd Tracy with the Tracy Law Firm in Dallas, Texas and I’m here in my Crash Lab with a vehicle that has been involved in a far side impact crash. Now many of you may be asking what a far side impact is.

I want you to imagine you’re sitting on the driver’s side of your vehicle, and you get T-boned on the passenger side of your vehicle. When that happens and you have your seatbelt on, you literally roll out and away from the seatbelt toward the intruding structure, and you strike the intruding structure.

So a lot of times people ask me, do I have a potential case? And the answer is absolutely. What is that potential case against the vehicle manufacturer, when I’m involved in a far side impact crash?

Well first of all why did you roll out of your seat belt? Well you rolled out of your seat belt because of the way the manufacturers design them.

Why don’t they instead of putting them from the left to the right, when you’re on the driver side, why don’t they reverse it? Called a reverse geometry seatbelt like they have in Europe and South America.

The second, why don’t we have on all of our vehicles an airbag that fires from in between the seats called a center-mounted airbag system.

Many of you may have already seen it on the 2015 Chevy Traverse SUV. How about this one, when you when you deploy the side airbags these side curtain airbags here, on the far side when they’re involving a side-impact like this they deploy and go down in the snap of a finger.

Why don’t we have those stay up and out for six seconds, like they do in rollovers. That way in the event that your structure fails, in the event that you roll out of your seat belt at least you’re hitting a cushioned airbag system rather than the structure. F

Far side impacts for far side occupants are the most dangerous accident taking place today. And if you or a loved one are involved in that accident, you need to find a lawyer that knows had to handle that case against the vehicle industry.

Most people don’t know that they can sue car manufacturers, bus manufacturers and 18-wheeler truck manufacturers for unsafe vehicles that cause wrongful death or serious personal injury in car accidents.

Personal injury lawyer Todd Tracy focuses on “Who Caused The Serious Car Accident Injuries or Death” — not who caused the accident. Even if you may be at fault in the cause of the accident such loosing control on an icy or wet surface, you still may have a case if your vehicle’s safety systems failed to protect you.  Car companies are required by federal motor vehicle safety standards to make vehicles that will protect the driver and passengers from catastrophic injuries or death.

If you, a family member or a friend have suffered a traumatic car accident injury or they were killed in an auto accident, you need to contact a car accident lawyer with a successful record in court for fighting the world’s biggest car companies.

Contact Todd Tracy here to “Find Out If You Have A Case” or call 214-324-9000.

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