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Four injured in Cary car

| Aug 31, 2018 | Car Accidents

Unfortunately, car accidents are regular occurrence in North Carolina. Most of the time, they are just minor fender benders, but serious car wrecks occur. Serious car accidents often involve unexpected expenses that can disrupt a family’s finances. A serious car accident occurred recently in Cary that sent four people, including a baby, to the hospital.

An accident occurred recently in Cary on High House Road near Maury O’Dell Place and Bond Park. One vehicle was traveling east, while the other was traveling westbound, when one of the vehicles crossed the center line and hit the other. The accident was so severe that four people were taken to WakeMed from both vehicles, including one 6-month-old baby for life-threatening injuries. Police are still investigating the accident and charges have yet to be filed.

A car accident can adversely affect a family in North Carolina. Car accidents can cause many unexpected expenses, including medical expenses, property expenses and lost wages. If a person is injured due to no fault of their own, they may want to speak with a legal professional who is skilled in personal injury. An attorney can investigate the circumstances surrounding the accident and determine who was at fault. They can hold the negligent party responsible for their mistake. Compensation may be available for medical expenses, future medical expenses, pain and suffering and other damages.

No one expects a serious car accident will ever happen to them or their loved one. But, if the unthinkable happens, they have the legal right to hold the negligent party responsible for their mistake.

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