A two-vehicle crash on Sunday in southwest South Dakota has unfortunately killed a resident of Fort Worth.
The man was driving a pickup that collided head-on with a car driven by a Nebraska woman.
Proving who was at fault in a head-on collision is often difficult. Final position of the cars can help, but they are often so badly damaged, that proving which driver was negligent can be very hard. Cases where one of the drivers dies can be even more complicated because they are unable to give their description of the collision and the police may write their reports based on only one driver’s testimony.
Last year, I handled a similar case where my client broke both her legs when another driver moved into her lane and caused an enormous head-on collision. Tragically, the Defendant was killed, but I was able to get my client a substantial settlement for her injuries, lost wages and pain.
If you have been involved in an automobile collision, you need an experienced, Board Certified Personal Injury lawyer who has experience handling these types of cases and who can help you get all the money you deserve. Please contact my office at 817-885-8000 or fill out this form for a free no-obligation case evaluation.