Detroit, MI (September 18, 2023) – According to an initial accident alert provided by the Detroit Police Department, a multi-vehicle crash that occurred on Monday, September 18, required the response of local officers and EMTs.
The Michigan State Police also reported the dispatch of officers and paramedics to the accident scene. The collision occurred in the area of eastbound I-94 and the Vining Road exit around 9:15 a.m., per initial information from the scene. As of Sunday evening, no further details about the victims or the surrounding circumstances of the accident were released.
Paw Paw authorities are still conducting an investigation into the wreck in the interim. Witnesses with additional information were asked to come forward.
Our thoughts are with all injured victims in hopes of their full recovery.
Car Accidents in Michigan
The most crucial thing you can do after a collision with another vehicle or several other drivers in the Great Lakes State is to focus your attention on looking after your physical and mental well-being. After a vehicle collision, even if you don’t believe you’re wounded, you should contact assistance by phoning 911 and get medical care as soon as you can. After that, it will be essential for you to seek the advice of a skilled medical professional for your injuries.
However, it may take hours or even days for the full extent of injuries incurred in auto accidents to become evident. You should thus get medical help as soon as you can so that a baseline for your injuries can be established.
Moreover, to safeguard your future legal rights, share information with the other motorists or drivers at the scene of the collision. It’s customary to secure the other drivers’ full names, phone numbers, and insurance company details.
The degree of any damage at the scene is often investigated by the local authorities, who also interview any witnesses and check the vehicles for evidence. Additionally, the police call accident investigators in to help them figure out what happened in many of these wrecks.
That said, it’s beneficial to take your own photos and videos at the scene of the accident. Take pictures of the incident, including the involved vehicles, as well as any skid marks, debris, or property damage left behind by the accident. Keep a close eye on the weather, the state of the road, and anything else that can provide insight into what caused the collision.
Last but not least, you want to speak with a Michigan personal injury attorney who focuses on defending clients with claims involving traffic accidents.
It is normal to feel anxious and unsure about what to do next after being involved in an accident that left you injured or resulted in a loved one’s death. Thankfully, our team at Christopher Trainor & Associates is ready and willing to assist you in getting back on your feet without furthering your financial strain in the process. Call our Detroit personal injury lawyers at 248-886-8650 without delay if you or a loved one has suffered injuries as a consequence of an accident that happened across Michigan.
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