A woman was ejected from her vehicle when she crashed on US 340 in Charles Town. The wreck occurred around 2:25pm and resulted in injuries to the driver’s right leg. At the time of the crash, she was attempting to cross 340 and she stated that she didn’t see the truck. “She was on Blair Road and attempting to make a left turn, so crossing (U.S.) 340 and then make a left to come back in toward Charles Town. The other vehicle was traveling east toward Harpers Ferry,” said the press information officer. The victim was transported to a nearby hospital via helicopter. The roadway was shut-down for approximately an hour. The wreck remains under investigation by the Friendship Fire Company and other emergency crews, according to news reports.
As an Arlington personal injury attorney, my thoughts are with those involved in this crash. If you or someone dear to you was harmed by an unsafe driver, discuss your claim with a car accident lawyer who can evaluate your case and help fight hard to protect your legal rights. With a legal time on your side, you are more likely to get the full results you deserve for your case. An attorney can walk you through your case and make sure you complete all necessary paperwork. An attorney can help make sure you get the highest possible compensation.
A deputy was pronounced dear after colliding recently. The officer was on his way to assist with a traffic stop at the time of the wreck. He veered off the roadway after losing control of his vehicle then collided with a tree. The collision happened in Charles City County while the officer was responding to a call involving a traffic stop at approximately 2am on route 5. As a Springfield personal injury lawyer, my thoughts are with the victim’s family. His 2008 Ford Crown Victoria ran off the side of the roadway then swung over the roadway’s median before finally hitting the tree. “State Police are investigating the accident to determine what caused Deputy Walizer to lose control of his cruiser and strike a tree. At this time, police say funeral arrangements have not been announced,” said officials.
If you or someone dear to you was harmed in an auto accident caused by recklessness, discuss your case with a personal injury attorney who can evaluate your case and help protect and defend your legal rights. With an attorney on your side, you are more likely to get the results you deserve for your case. An attorney will help you through the steps associated with your case and make sure all your questions get answered. When you have an attorney fighting hard for you, your chances of getting the results you deserve are higher.
Saturday afternoon, a man from Bel Air was killed in an auto accident. He was driving eastbound along Route 22 while 26-year-old was heading westbound. The westbound driver failed to stay right of the center-line and hit the other driver head-on, according to a preliminary investigation. The westbound driver sustained non-life-threatening injuries, while the other driver succumbed to his injuries. The wreck remains under investigation, according to news reports. The victims were taken to Bayview Hospital in Baltimore and Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
As a car accident lawyer, I hope that nobody else was harmed in this crash. My thoughts are with those who were harmed. If you or a loved one were hurt in an auto accident, discuss your case with an Annapolis personal injury attorney who can evaluate your claim, assess your case, help defend your rights, and answer any legal questions you have concerning your case. A personal injury lawyer can help guide you through the legal processes associated with your case in order to help ensure the best possible outcome.
A pickup truck driver crossed over the center line of Harrell Road in Stafford County, and collided with a vehicle traveling the opposite direction, said Virginia State Police. The 20-year-old man in the pickup truck succumbed to his injuries after the wreck. He was driving a 1996 Dodge Ram east when he suddenly lost control and crossed into the pathway of a 1989 Nissan Maxima. The cars crashed and the pickup truck came to a rest on the railroad track. He was not wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash and died at the scene of the wreck. The Maxima driver, a 45-year-old, was brought to Mary Washington Hospital for injury treatment. She was wearing her seat belt and currently no information is available regarding her condition. Speeding was a factor in the collision, and both cars were totaled in the wreck, according to news reports.
As a Springfield car accident lawyer, I hope that nobody else was harmed in this crash. My thoughts are with those who were harmed. If you or a loved one were hurt in an auto accident, discuss your case with a personal injury attorney who can evaluate your claim, assess your case, help defend your rights, and answer any legal questions you have concerning your case. A personal injury lawyer can help guide you through your case and expertly handle every legal process in order to best ensure the success of your claim.