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Negligence Believed To Be the Fault of Last Week’s Eight-Vehicle Crash in DurhamMay 29, 2022
At Dewey, Ramsay, & Hunt, P.A., our North Carolina car accident attorneys know that no matter how careful our fellow drivers are on our roadways, it is impossible to plan for the negligent actions of others.
This could not have been truer for the occupants of multiple vehicles during a Durham crash last week.
Durham police reported that a 42-year-old man received life-threatening injuries when his 2017 Ford Mustang crashed into seven cars stopped at the light at Durham-Chapel Hill and Tower Boulevards.
The crash occurred just before 4:30pm on Saturday, and police said speed and impairment appear to be factors in the crash.
When Can the Other Drivers Pursue Financial Recovery for Their Damages?
While there is no update on the allegedly negligent driver’s physical condition, the other vehicle occupants who suffered injuries and property damage during the crash must move forward with their insurance claims.
This may appear difficult at first, considering the condition of the presumed at-fault driver’s condition. However, once the details of the crash are revealed during an investigation, his insurance company should bear the burden of the other vehicle owners’ damages.
In this case, and other cases like it, speaking with an experienced personal injury attorney can help each party determine their legal rights and options to pursue a claim for their unique needs.
We can outline your case to help ensure you are not left paying for your personal injury costs out of pocket. Call us now to learn more.
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