Detroit, MI (November 27, 2023) - On Monday afternoon, November 27, a collision involving at least two drivers and reported injuries occurred on 23 Mile Road in the Detroit metropolitan region. The Detroit Police Department was summoned to the site shortly after the crash took place. According to the DPD's first findings, the collision, which closed most of the lanes on 23 Mile Road at Hayes Road, happened around 4:30 p.m. According to the Detroit Police Department and the Michigan Department of Transportation, officials began their on-site review shortly thereafter. Paramedics also arrived and assessed at least a few victims for injuries, though no additional information in connection with the victims' conditions or the cause of the crash was provided in the meantime.
The DPD is supervising the ongoing investigation and plans to release further details as they become available.
Our thoughts remain with the injured victims and their loved ones.
Your health and safety should be your first priority while you deal with the aftermath of an automobile accident in the Great Lakes State. After a vehicle accident, call 911 for immediate assistance, even if you don't believe you're seriously wounded. After that, it's imperative that you get professional medical attention for your wounds.
However, it may take hours or days for the full extent of injuries experienced in car crashes to become evident. This is why being checked out right away to establish a baseline for your ailments is crucial.
You should exchange information with the other driver(s) at the scene of the accident to safeguard your future legal rights. The procedure includes asking for the full name, number, and insurance company of the patient. Also, be careful to cooperate with the authorities and provide them with all the information they need about the accident without going into too much detail. Don't complicate matters by sending lengthy letters or phone calls to the police or insurance providers.
The police will often check the scene of the accident, interview any witnesses, and inspect any damaged cars. To determine what went wrong in significant accidents, police often consult with accident investigators. Photographs and videos taken at the scene of the accident might be useful evidence in the event of a legal dispute. Document the scene by snapping photos of the vehicles involved and any resulting skid marks, debris, or property damage. Write down the weather, road conditions, and everything else that might have had a role in the accident's occurrence.
Last but not least, consult a personal injury lawyer who has expertise with vehicle accident cases in Michigan. The safest method to guarantee you obtain the compensation you deserve after an accident is to see a lawyer.
Fear and disorientation are common reactions after an event that causes injuries. Fortunately, Christopher Trainor & Associates is here to assist you in making a speedy and complete recovery without draining your money account. Please contact our Detroit personal injury lawyers at 248-886-8650 if you or a loved one has been hurt in an accident in Michigan.
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