We all have to share the road; which means certain laws must be followed. Speed limit, when to pass, when to turn, where to park — all of these laws are in place for the safety of everyone. Often when someone ignores them, someone is hurt and left with time away from work, repairs bills for a car (or the cost of a new car), medical bills, and other problems that take money to overcome. It’s only right that the person who was careless or reckless should have to pay those costs.
A three-vehicle collision left one person injured. It is suspected a teenager driving under the influence was involved, said Metro Police officials.
Metro was called to the scene of an accident at around 8 in the morning. One of the victims, riding in a truck, was ejected during the crash and taken to University Medical Center in critical condition, according to police.
A 19-year-old female in another vehicle involved in the crash was arrested for driving under the influence, according to police. There were no other injuries.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, whether on the road or elsewhere, due to someone else’s recklessness or negligence, it shouldn’t be up to you to pay the cost. Contact Hofland & Tomsheck today for a free consultation. We’ll fight to see you get the compensation you need and deserve.