Unknown Third Parties May be Responsible for Motor Vehicle Accidents
An April 2013 accident in Versailles, Indiana, involving two pickup trucks with teenage passengers is still under investigation. Blame for this crash has not yet been placed on any one party, but a reconstruction of the accident reveals that neither of the two trucks stopped at the intersection. Regardless of the outcome of ongoing investigations, a skilled Indianapolis car accident lawyer can investigate deeply to find information applicable to determining fault in any accident.
For instance, this tragic news at Versailles comes close on the heels of three similar accidents over the past few months. These accidents occurred near the same intersection, killing four other youngsters. The previous accidents occurred when in one case, an all-terrain vehicle flipped over. In the second incident, a teenage student lost control of her vehicle as she was texting when driving. The third accident was a collision. Regardless of the primary cause of the individual accidents, the fact that the incidents occurred in the same area raises plenty of questions about road safety, hazardous conditions, etc.
Improper road construction, lack of adequate signage, weather hazards, and many other aspects can make roads unsafe for motorists and multiply the risks of an accident. Families who have lost a loved one due to one of these unknown third party causes deserve to receive compensation to assist them through the struggles they will inevitably face.
Wagner Reese is the right choice for your Indianapolis wrongful death or motor vehicle accident lawsuit. We have decades of combined experience, and a solid history of securing compensation for our clients. Contact us at (888) 204-8440 for a free assessment of your case.