Hazelwood Twp., MO – Three Hurt in Car Crash on Hwy P

Hazelwood Twp., MO – Three Hurt in Car Crash on Hwy P

Hazelwood Twp., MO (December 8, 2023) – Three teens were injured as a result of a multi-vehicle accident that took place in Webster County. The accident was reported at around 6:00 a.m. on December 6.

Reports provided by the Missouri State Highway Patrol show that a 2012 Chevrolet Traverse was exiting a driveway on Highway P. At the same time, an Amish buggy was attempting to pass a second Amish buggy on the roadway. As the Chevrolet entered the roadway, it collided with one of the buggies, causing it to crash into the second. The Chevrolet and one of the buggies sustained moderate damage and had to be towed from the scene.

Three teenagers were injured as a result of the crash. The victims were identified as to juvenile females, ages 15, and a 17-year-old male, all of Seymour, Missouri. The three victims were treated at the scene. The two female victims were transported to Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri, for further care. The incident is currently being investigated.

We hope the injured victims recover quickly.

Car Accidents in Missouri

Motor vehicle accidents can be quite devastating. Unfortunately, they are the cause of tens of thousands of injuries in Missouri every year. In many instances, these accidents are completely preventable. Innocent people continue to suffer harm due to the reckless actions of others. When drivers do not yield to others when exiting driveways or entering roadways from other locations, you can have devastating consequences.

Unfortunately, motor vehicle accidents in our state are one of the leading causes of accidental injuries every year. Victims of crashes are often forced to undergo extensive medical treatment. In some cases, victims suffer injuries that end up leaving them permanently disabled. The unfortunate truth is that it is nearly impossible to prepare for the impact that an automobile accident will have. Not only do victims face significant physical and emotional impacts, but financially, it can be incredibly hard to move on.

After being hurt in an accident, car crash victims can pursue claims for compensation against those who are responsible. A personal injury lawsuit can provide financial relief for medical costs, vehicle repairs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. To ensure you have the best chance of getting the most compensation for your damages, it is vital that you seek representation from a Hazelwood Township car accident lawyer right away. An attorney will be able to help you pursue a claim against the responsible party.

At Martin & Wallentine, LLC, we truly understand how difficult it can be to deal with physical and emotional injuries after an automobile accident. The last thing that we want is for our clients to have to deal with significant financial burdens, which can make the recovery process all the more stressful. For this reason, our team will take the legal work off your shoulders and fight fearlessly to ensure you are able to get the maximum possible compensation for your losses and damages. You can get started by scheduling a free consultation with our Missouri personal injury legal team by calling 913-764-9700. Our lawyers are here to help you get justice.

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Disclaimer: We hope that by raising awareness about driving hazards, drivers will be more cautious when operating a motor vehicle and avoid being seriously injured in a collision. This accident news post is not a business solicitation. The content of this post is not intended to serve as medical or legal advice. This post's featured image was not captured at the accident scene depicted in the post.