AL.com reports on a tragic accident that resulted in one fatality earlier this month. According to police, the crash occurred at around 8 a.m. just north of Interstate 65. Investigators believe a medical condition may have contributed to the accident.
The driver, who was in his mid-30s, may have suffered a heart attack before losing control of his vehicle. According to reports, he had been complaining of chest pains at work earlier that day, and police can only assume he was heading to the hospital at the time of the crash. Authorities had to close off a section of the highway to clear the scene and divert northbound traffic into the southbound lanes.
Learn Your Rights as a Car Accident Victim
It is scary to think that every time you get behind the wheel of the car, it could be your last. Unfortunately, this is a sad reality for thousands of accident victims each year. Even accidents that do not cause fatalities can affect victims for a lifetime. Minor crashes can easily result in serious injuries that put people’s financial security at risk.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an auto accident because of someone else’s negligence, a personal injury attorney in Lafayette may be able to help. At Morris Bart, we have extensive experience in car, truck and motorcycle accidents. We can assess your case to determine if you have a legitimate claim.
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Here are two more stories that are making headlines in Lafayette:
Single-Vehicle Crash Kills One
WSFA reports on a single-vehicle crash that left one dead earlier this month. Investigators have confirmed that a 27-year-old man was driving a 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe when he veered off the road on Alabama 110 and struck a tree. The crash occurred at around 9 a.m., and state troopers continue to investigate its cause.
Crash Leaves One Dead and One Seriously Injured
According to AL.com, a two-vehicle crash on Highway 431 resulted in one fatality. Responders also had to airlift one person to a local hospital where staff treated the victim for serious injuries. Police are still investigating the crash.
Don’t Wait to Speak With a Personal Injury Lawyer
Though the holidays are over, winter can still be an especially dangerous time to drive. Icy conditions can make the roads slicker, and poor weather greatly reduces visibility. In inclement weather, negligent driving becomes even more disastrous.
If you need a personal injury lawyer in Lafayette, contact Morris Bart. We give our clients the professionalism and personal attention they deserve. We are committed to protecting your legal right of compensation for injuries that were not your fault. To schedule a consultation, call our office today at 1-800-537-8185, and let us know what we can do for you and your family.