A police chase is blamed for killing three people and injuring two, children among them, in Clark County, Arkansas. WKRG in Texarkana reports. The crash happened on U.S. 43 last Friday just before 10 p.m. A driver was fleeing police from Thomasville when he crossed the median and crashed head-on with another vehicle. The drivers of both vehicles were killed along with a passenger in the second vehicle. Two kids in the second vehicle received critical injuries and were taken to University Hospital in Mobile. Police were on the scene for many hours as the investigation proceeded and had to reroute traffic until next morning. The driver of the other car was a teacher in Thomasville. The school district released a statement with their condolences. When you’re in a car accident and the at-fault driver dies, you might believe that you have no chance at compensation. This is incorrect. Your insurance may have special coverage for this situation, and it is possible that you can sue the estate of the at-fault driver for compensation. However, you will need a lawyer on your side with both personal injury law and probate law to fight for your rights. If you have been injured in an accident and the other driver has died, speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible after your accident.