Highland Park, MI (January 18, 2022) - A car accident in Highland Park on Tuesday morning, January 18, resulted in confirmed injuries. At 9:36 a.m. the crash occurred at the intersection of M-10 NB and Hamilton Road.
Emergency responders and medical personnel were dispatched to the scene to assist the injured victims. According to local reports, at least one person was injured. As a result of the accident, several lanes were temporarily closed. Those who were injured were transported to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Local authorities are investigating the cause of the collision. More information will become available as the investigation progresses.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Over the last two decades, speeding has been linked to one-third of all documented highway fatalities in the United States, and it is widely accepted that speeding increases the risk of a serious vehicle accident. Speeding motorists kill thousands of people every year, and Michigan drivers have a bad reputation for exceeding the speed limit. In the last two decades, high-speed collisions have accounted for nearly a third of all reported traffic fatalities.
For those who are unfamiliar with the law, a serious accident can have devastating consequences for you or a loved one, and recovering compensation can be difficult. Many victims are unsure of what to do next to protect their legal rights, making it difficult to file a personal injury claim.
With the help of an experienced Highland Park personal injury lawyer, injury victims and their families can seek compensation for their losses, which is often the most effective way to maximize your recovery after an accident.
Christopher Trainor & Associates has a track record of providing Michigan residents with dependable, results-oriented legal services. Our Highland Park car accident attorneys are committed to obtaining a fair settlement for each of our clients. Personal injury law is a difficult field of law to master. Each has its own set of rules and restrictions. Finding the right lawyer to represent you is the first step in ensuring that you have an attorney who understands how to deal with the unique aspects of your case. Your injuries should be held accountable by the person or entity who caused them. Serious collision victims are entitled to the full amount of their claim.
Call 248-886-8650 right now to discuss your situation and see how we can assist you.
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