According to local news, a driver on U.S. Highway 12 just outside Oakville hit a black bear. The accident happened some time after 8:20 a.m. on Wednesday according to the Washington State Patrol, but not much is known about the circumstances surrounding the incident.
The 49-year-old woman from Montesano was driving a 2006 Chrysler Crossfire when she reportedly hit the bear. It is believed by the authorities that the animal was injured but he ran into the woods, authorities were not able to find him.
No details on the woman’s health state were revealed. Troopers from the Washington State Patrol claim that there isn’t a full report regarding the details of the accident just yet.
As a Bellevue car accident attorney I urge all drivers to be extremely careful whenever driving in roads where wildlife signs are posted. This time of the year is when they are mostly active.
Personal injury lawyers understand that serious injuries could have been inflicted upon the driver if the accident had been any more serious. Remember to be especially watchful of the road during early mornings and early evenings. Whenever an accident caused you to be severely injured, remember that a personal injury lawyer should be contacted right away.
The many local news outlets that have reported the latest accidents in the state of Washington claim that the 26-year-old man who was involved in an accident Saturday is in a stable condition.
According to the news, the driver involved in the accident is from Tenino. He is under the care of the Harborview Medical Center. The Washington State Patrol has reported that the 26-year-old man was driving his 1988 Ford Bronco sometime around 7 a.m. on McDuff Road when his vehicle mysteriously left the road, hit a tree and finally rested on its top.
The authorities are still investigating the causes of the accidents. Up to this time, it is still unknown whether the driver was drowsy or going through any particular health problem during the time of the crash. The Washington State Patrol claims that no charges were pressed against the man.
As an Olympia car accident lawyer I hope that the injured man involved in this accident will recover in a timely manner. Personal injury lawyers can be of great assistance whenever a victim is involved in an accident that was caused by the malfunction of a particular item in the vehicle. Never hesitate in contacting a lawyer as soon as the accident happens.
According to news sources, a man died and another was seriously injured when their car crashed into a bridge in Piru after the driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle and sent it veering off the roadway.
The accident took place in Piru on Pacific Avenue just north of State Route 126 when the 50-year-old male driver of the Toyota Tacoma pickup truck lost control and reportedly exited the roadway and crashed into a drainage ditch before colliding into a bridge, the California Highway Patrol said.
A 19-year-old male passenger was inside the vehicle at the time of the crash and was transported to Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in Valencia for treatment of moderate injuries.
The CHP has said that alcohol may have been a factor. Neither the driver nor the passenger were wearing seat belts at the time.
As a car accident attorney Long Beach, I offer my sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased. In my line of work, I am familiar with accidents of this tragic nature. If you or someone you care about has been struck by a car and believe the conditions that caused it were the fault of another party, I encourage you to contact a personal injury lawyer to help you proceed legally.
According to news reports, a 29-year-old Shandon man sustained fatal injuries in a single-vehicle accident Monday morning on Highway 101 in San Luis Obispo County.
Statements from both the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and the San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Office indicate that the man was traveling in the northbound traffic lanes of Highway 101 when, for unknown reasons, he lost control of his vehicle just south of Old State Coach Road at approximately 8:15am. After losing control of the vehicle, the man veered off of the roadway and down an embankment where his vehicle struck multiple trees and a fence.
Emergency crews arrived shortly afterwards and pronounced the man dead at the scene from injuries he sustained during the crash. CHP reported that the 29-year-old was wearing his safety belt at the time of the crash.
CHP officials are still investigating what may have caused the man to lose control of his vehicle, and have made no statements about whether they believe drugs or alcohol may have been involved.
As a Riverside personal injury attorney, I’m saddened by this tragic loss of life. In my time as a personal injury lawyer, I’ve seen the devastating effects that accident similar to this have had on the friends and family members left behind. My most sincere condolences go out to them as they mourn their loss.
According to what local news have reported, this time of the year is usually busy when it comes to driving under the influence and because authorities know how dangerous the season is, extra patrols were sent all around the State during the Halloween weekend. They started to do their heavy duty Halloween surveillance Friday evening and continued throughout the weekend.
In the past, half of all National highway fatal accidents involved a driver who was under the influence. Over the last three years, there were over 500 arrests for DUI during this holiday in the Pierce and King counties alone. Hopefully this year around, the Washington Highway Patrol and local authorities aren’t going to have a busy season.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer I am quite familiar with the great number of cases related to victims of this kind of accident. I urge all drivers out there to be especially aware of the road for drunk drivers, particularly in this time of the year. In the case of an accident related to a drunk driver, don’t hesitate and call an Seattle personal injury attorney to assist you and represent you in your case.
News outlets reported that a 26-year-old Edmonds man lost his life in an accident on Interstate 90 near Ellensburg Monday afternoon.
According to the Washington State Patrol, the accident occurred roughly 11 miles west of Ellensburg on Interstate 90 at approximately 1:10pm Monday. The 26-year-old was driving his 1994 Toyota pickup truck westbound on the interstate when, for unknown reasons, he veered off the roadway, overcorrected his vehicle and struck a westbound 2000 Toyota 4 Runner driven by a 15-year-old Gold Bar male. The Toyota continued across all traffic lanes to the other side of the road where the driver lost control. The vehicle then rolled, ejecting the driver.
The 26-year-old Edmonds man was reportedly not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident, resulting in his ejection. Emergency crews arrived on the scene and transported the man to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where he pronounced dead. The 15-year-old Gold Bar driver escaped the accident uninjured.
Washington State Patrol troopers are continuing their investigation into this incident, however they have stated that they believe intoxicants played a contributing role in the crash.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer, I’m deeply saddened to learn of this tragic accident. I’ve witnessed similar accidents in the past and the effects they’ve had on the friends and family over my time as a car accident lawyer. I hope they have a strong support system to help them cope with their loss and my heartfelt condolences go out to them at this time.