Two cars were involved in an accident that killed one driver and injured several others at Butler Street and Reynolds Park Road in Winston-Salem, NC, on November 5, 2012. According to police, one driver with a young passenger ran a stop sign and collided with another car, causing a wreck that landed both cars in the front yard of a house. The driver that caused the accident was killed. Fortunately his three-year-old passenger and the one-month-old in the other car were not seriously injured. The three adults in the other car faired much worse, with injuries ranging from non-life-threatening to critical.
The North Carolina Injury Lawyer’s Perspective:
Car crashes can be very emotional, especially when someone involved loses his life. It is tragic that the at-fault driver did not survive, but that does not mean the other injured people should not seek compensation for their injuries and suffering. Being injured in a car crash can cause a serious financial strain on you and your family due to medical bills and lost income, and car insurance is designed to cover these costs when injuries occur. Filing a claim is not a personal attack on the deceased or his family; it is simply a way to protect yourself and your family financially while you heal.
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