On behalf of Licatesi Law Group, LLP posted in personal injury on Tuesday, August 29, 2017.

In the aftermath of a car crash, there can be much confusion and distress. Accidents and injuries can lead to many actions that need to be taken quickly in order to address the needs of those involved. Unfortunately, these situations can often prove quite serious as individuals may suffer severe injuries that require medical attention.

It was recently reported that a car crash in New York resulted in multiple people suffering injuries. Details on how the accident occurred were not readily available, but apparently, a car collided with an SUV and then crashed into a construction site. The site was inactive at the time of the incident, so there were presumably no workers in the area. Though it was unclear which driver may have been at fault, it was noted that speed was likely a factor.

The driver of the car suffered injuries that were considered critical, but it was also noted that the individual’s condition was stable. The driver and passenger in the SUV were transported from the scene with injuries but were also considered stable. Additional information on the incident may be available at a later time as the investigation continues.

Accidents and injuries can often have complications, and investigations typically reveal useful answers. The individuals involved in this New York incident may be waiting for such answers in hopes of better understanding what took place. Once it is determined who is considered at fault for the incident, the remaining injured parties may wish to consider taking legal action against that driver in hopes of pursuing compensation for medical bills and other resulting damages.

Source: CBS New York, “Driver In Critical Condition After Park Avenue Crash“, Aug. 21, 2017

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